Wedded Brooklyn Bliss

Congratulations, you’re engaged! Whether you’re marrying your high school sweetheart or you recently found love in a hopeless place (aka Tinder), we’ve located some vibrant vow venues in which to spread your love (it’s the Brooklyn way).

 

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A Nice Day for a Green Wedding

The gorgeous Green Building in Gowanus is a raw space with original brick walls and exposed beam ceilings. The perfect blank canvas to design your special soiree, you can take a look at the venue and discover dozens of vendors at Wedding Crashers this Sunday March 13 from 11:30am-3pm.

 

Finery at the Winerywinery

With warm barn wood walls, sophisticated zinc-topped wine bar and hand-selected vintage adornments, the Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg radiates rustic romance. Ideal for 100-160 guests, the ceremony takes place in an airy space with glass roof and succulent wall garden. Guests will be merry mingling among wine barrel cocktail tables, in view of floor-to-ceiling barrels of aging wine.

 

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Secure a Spouse at the Boathouse

For nuptials in a natural setting with a breathtaking backdrop, The Boathouse at Prospect Park takes the cake. Built in 1905 and one of NYC’s first historic landmarks, the beautiful Beaux Arts style building overlooks the scenic Lullwater and Lullwater Bridge. This is a superb setting for a seated dinner and dancing for up to 150 guests.

 

Delight and Devotion in Dumbodumbo loft

A former coffee factory and manufacturer of smoking pipes built in 1891, the Dumbo Loft has been transformed into an attractive and adaptable space of 3,200 square-feet. Say “I do” to hardwood floors, high ceilings, exposed brick, wooden beams and pillars, tall windows and wonderful views of the Manhattan Bridge.

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