For many brides-to-be, one of the first, and most stressful steps of planning a wedding is choosing the perfect venue. Your wedding venue sets the mood for the entire event, so choosing one with a romantic ambiance, beautiful architecture, the right amenities, and a great location can be tough. Beautiful Venue options are endless in NYC, but a few of our top choices are The Carlton Hotel, Broad Street Ballroom, and The Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. These venues are beautiful, versatile, and provide the perfect ambiance to make your wedding day magical.
The Carlton Hotel
There is arguably no more romantic spot to host your wedding than The Carlton Hotel. The Carlton Hotel is a 4 star luxury hotel located in Midtown Manhattan right near the Empire State Building. The wedding venues feature high ceilings, tasteful accents and sweeping drapes that surrounds you and your guests with warmth and love. This charming spot blends modern New York elegance with an old-world romance. Enjoy a five-course dinner from the top chefs on-site at the hotel and dance the night away with your loved ones. Just say “I do” and let The Carlton take care of the rest.
Broad Street Ballroom
The Broad Street Ballroom has some of the most impeccable architecture in the city. A grand ballroom in every sense of the word, The Broad Street Ballroom features an open 5,700 square foot space with 30-foot awe-inspiring mosaic pillars. Make your wedding dreams come to life in this banquet setting. Your guests will gasp at the intricate marble interior as they walk through the majestic halls.
The Botanical Gardens
Just picture the stunning photos you’ll always have to remember your special day when you host your wedding at The Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. With two different on-site spaces to choose from you have options to tailor your wedding to make as perfect as your love. The Garden Terrace Room is a classic ballroom with hand painted murals and large windows overlooking the Ross Arboretum. If you’re looking for a more intimate setting than the Lillian and Amy Goldman Stone Mill overlooking the Bronx River is for you.