The wedding is one of the most important milestones a couple faces, so there can be a lot of pressure on the bride and groom to make all the right choices for the big day. One of the most important choices is the venue, as location and aesthetic can direct the choices you make for color and theme. These venues are modern, and charming, and have an industrial feel that will keep your event trendy and modern. These gems are all found in the NYC area, and are perfect backdrop for your upcoming nuptials.
If you’re searching for an indoor/outdoor combination, The Green Building, located in Brooklyn, might be the perfect location for you. With high ceilings and exposed brick walls there is so much potential for modern, trendy decor. Originally a brass foundry, the industrial style of The Greenhouse is prevalent and chic. The Greenhouse accommodates from 160 to 250 people, and it’s unique green exterior makes for the perfect wedding day shot.
The Wythe Hotel is a former factory remodeled to be the perfect venue for your wedding day. This waterfront hotel is located in Williamsburg, and offers several wedding halls for celebrations of all sizes. If you’re searching for a venue that includes catering, The Wythe Hotel provides meals in a farm to fork style, that source all ingredients locally. It won’t only be an emotional experience, but a culinary one as well. Check out all the venue options that The Wythe offers.
In Greenpoint, Brooklyn you can find another industrial gem. The Greenpoint Loft is a genuine, pre-WWII warehouse that has been restored as an elegant event venue. The exposed ceiling beams, wooden floors, and open window skylights makes for a beautifully setting for wedding and reception. The blank space that this venue offers allows for flexibility in decorating, and really transforming the space. Not only do you get access to this incredible space, there will be a rooftop that overlooks the Manhattan skyline, and the East River.
The Gran Electra offers two options for wedding day venue. There’s an indoor dining room, and an outdoor garden space, perfect for hosting smaller cocktail receptions, sit-down dinners, and ceremonies. This green space is inviting and welcoming to family and friends to enjoy themselves, the food, and your special day. We are just loving the look of the greenery on the wall, and we’re pretty sure you will to.
Houston Hall, the industrial downtown beer hall is also a great place for wedding. Who would’ve thought you could get this relaxed, rustic feel without traveling! Exchange vows in front of this gorgeous brick wall, and decorate with extra twinkle lights. Guests will love sitting down and enjoying a dinner that is paired perfectly with a local brew. For beer lovers, this venue is a must!
If you want a venue with a planning service, Roquette, located in Red Hook Brooklyn, is an elegant and romantic styled venue that is paired with a catering and event planning service. Roquette was inspired by fresh European markets, and their decor frequently embraces florals. The white brick in this space will allow your decorations to pop, and gives a bright and lively aesthetic to the space.
Glasserie, is originally a glass factory, and contained kilns, and other manufacturing machinery. The rustic style of this industrial venue lends itself to be a perfect backdrop for a modern wedding venue. Glasserie produces spectacular dishes, and values traditional recipes, but mix it with contemporary techniques. This perfect balance of new and old gives the venue a unique flare of vintage and modern elegance.
Love the open air feel? The Foundry has a light and open feeling that achieves the indoor/outdoor experience in a magical way. This restored, 19th century building offers an outdoor courtyard, rooftop terrace, and indoor greenhouse that are all full of lush greenery. This location is perfect for your wedding day as it feels like a secret garden, but if you want to still feel like you’re in the city during your wedding night, a trip to the rooftop will provide you with a view of the Manhattan skyline.
Which Venue is your favorite? We love them all!