Spaces

Alternative Wedding Venues in NYC

January 4, 2016

Planning a wedding can be stressful. Anyone who’s been married before can tell you, get through the diy wedding planning and you know you’re meant to be. Bonus points if you can can do it with hands-on in-laws.

It starts with finding the perfect space and if you’re getting hitched in New York or looking for some wedding inspiration, we’re here to help.

Contemporary Classic Brooklyn Landmark

The building dates back to 1916 and once served as a classic car restoration shop. It was transformed into a private events venue in 2013 and now provides a unique backdrop for stylish weddings. We love how this space reflects the best of old and new Brooklyn: industrial chic with a touch of modern glamour.


Exposed Brick Elegant Event Space

You’d be hard pressed to find a more magical venue for your wedding. Renovations highlight this building’s industrial past; the venue’s original exposed brick walls, natural light and open-beamed ceiling make a dreamy backdrop for your Brooklyn wedding.


Industrial Loft Like Warehouse

Located in the heart of Red Hook, this space has been converted from an old Ice Cream Packing Plant into a magical loft warehouse. What’s not to love about an outdoor courtyard with some plantscaping? We love this oasis because it’s a lovely escape from the hectic world of city life.


Industrial Open Concept Loft

This sun-drenched epic space is perfect for exhibits, weddings, wine tastings, and cocktail parties. We think this space is a unique gem and love how the the beams of sunlight dance across the floor over the course of the day.


Gorgeous Industrial Venue With Skylights

The renovations to this former metal factory highlight the building’s industrial past, accentuating the original brick walls, large wooden doors and magnificent high ceiling with a skylight.


We love discovering new spaces all over the city and are excited to share this list with you. We’re always ready to tell our community about new spaces and NYC wedding venues for them to tie the knot – did we miss any of your favorite spots? We’d love to hear from you about your favorite places! Drop us a line or shoot us a note on twitter @thisopenspace.