Nothing is more New York than a rooftop wedding. Let’s check out a couple different NYC rooftop wedding venues. Just as a barn wedding is fit for Vermont, a rooftop wedding is a classic way to do an NYC wedding. We’ve given you three diverse options: a more urban one, a garden rooftop, and a year-round tented rooftop.
An NYC Rooftop Wedding Venue: Tribeca Rooftop
2 Desbrosses St., New York, NY 212-625-2600
When deciding to have a rooftop wedding, you wanted a venue that allowed you to see all the landmarks right!? Well, here’s your venue — an 18,000 square foot roof that showcases 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline.
The Tribeca Rooftop is a classic NYC rooftop wedding venue that allows you to glam up that wedding of yours. With the ability to host up to 300 guests, this venue is a perfect option for any New York wedding.
A Garden Rooftop Venue: 620 Loft & Garden
620 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 212-593-9499
The contrast of urban spaces and lush gardens softens the harshness that New York can bring at the 620 Loft & Garden. This gorgeous outdoor garden, 67 floors up at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 50th Street, is the perfect location for an elegant New York wedding.
Say your vows as Rockefeller Plaza, Radio City Music Hall, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral is your backdrop. Stroll around Fifth Avenue for your bridal portraits, and use the reflecting pool as a stunning location for your cocktail hour.
A Year-Round Rooftop Venue: Monarch Rooftop
71 W. 35th St., New York, NY 212-630-9993
The Monarch Rooftop is an incredible rooftop wedding venue 18 floors up in Midtown. Have the most New York wedding at a venue where your 300 guests can literally touch the Empire State Building. The venue boasts a 5,000 square foot space with a complimentary champagne toast, an event planner, a dance floor, outdoor lighting and more.
This perfect NYC rooftop wedding venue allows you to continue the after-party in Midtown and do your bridal portraits at the Empire State Building. Accessible to many amazing hotels, the location is a class New York City wedding venue.
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