When it comes to choosing your wedding venue in one of the greatest cities in the world, quite a few factors can dictate where and when you wed. Location, style, and capacity are going to be your biggest deciding factors (aside from budget, of course). Consider the locations you want to to incorporate into your wedding photography and parts of the city that mean something to you as a couple. Central Park, Grand Central Station, the Brooklyn Bridge, or a great NYC skyline aren't always easily accessible for photo-ops—unless you plan accordingly.
What if we all start the week like these two rocked their wedding day? Glam meets fun right here guys! Orit and Kris had the most amazing wedding ever! In the iconic Weylin venue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn NYC! This is the essence of that magical night! And we can’t be happier and blessed to have been part of their love story! I remember when we first met them after they reached out to us via Instagram, we were like, we definitely need to meet them, we flew to NYC, we met them and we had the most amazing time around the Big Apple, we even went to a comedy cellar show together! So happy to call them friends now!
New York has hundreds of wedding venues. If you can imagine it, it exists in New York. That applies to everything but particularly weddings. I've decided to try and cut down your work and present a very short list for you to consider if you are looking for the very best venues to hold your wedding in the City. Obviously, these venues will cost you, but as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
This has got to be the ultimate NYC foodie dream Jewish wedding! Rachel and Dan got married at Weylin, an iconic 19th-century former bank space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. As New Yorkers, it was important to the couple to wed in their home city – and to showcase some of its finest food offerings.