New York Wedding Venues You’ll Love
What kind of wedding are you planning? City glitz? Affordable? Rustic? We share our fave New York wedding venues here.
(If you still can’t get enough, see detailed info for all the N.Y. wedding venues on our site.)
New York City's most populous borough has also become its hippest, most dynamic as well. The diversity of well-preserved historic neighborhoods, a thriving waterfront with spectacular views (including the Brooklyn Bridge and Lady Liberty), the magnificent oasis of Prospect Park, and the revitalized industrial areas pulsating with creative energy all provide unique settings for a wedding. All you have to do is pick a venue to match your vision!
Lofts and repurposed industrial buildings provide one-of-a-kind settings for a trendy, eclectic wedding. They’re often historic and always filled with interesting elements, like original columns, brick walls, exposed ductwork, industrial lighting…even great views and cool artwork.
The Hamptons may be best known as an exclusive summer destination for wealthy New Yorkers, but this series of seaside communities on Long Island’s South Fork is also home to some exceptional wedding venues. Located along the water, on farmland, or in historic buildings, the following places provide an opportunity to celebrate in style.
Spectacular during the day and positively electric at night, the New York City skyline is famously photogenic. So why not make it part of your own wedding—not to mention your wedding album! If you’re looking for a place that will bring New York cityscape views to your celebration, here are some venues to check out.
Yes, it is possible to have an affordable Manhattan wedding. The following venues offer options that accommodate a wide range of budgets, and don’t forget: If you’re flexible with your date and can host your event on a weekday, Sunday or during an off-peak time, you’ll get the biggest bang for your buck.
There’s a reason so many couples opt to tie the knot in Upstate New York. When you celebrate in the Catskills, you’re surrounded by Mother Nature in a setting that’s tranquil, beautiful, and about as “un-city” as you can get. Here are some Catskills wedding venues you might want to explore.