Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Now that I kind of have a wedding date set in stone, I've been on the hunt for the perfect venue. After googling key words like "vintage," "unique," and "under a bazillion dollars a plate," my search for the perfect NYC wedding venue has been quite the journey. And while I'm still in the process of making my list of places to visit on my next trip, I thought I'd share a few that I've come across worth noting. I think of it as a form of therapy, because jeez, this is stressful.

Prince George Ballroom - An early 20th century building, restored to its original beauty. I love all of the detail and that the proceeds go to sheltering the homeless.

via Common Ground.
The Yale Club - Something about this venue feels like old New York City. Plus having an all-in-one place without it feeling like a catering hall is a huge plus.

via Salwa Photography.

Alder Manor - I literally gasped when I saw this place. Unfortunately they don't have a website, are very hard to get a hold of, and I've seen some reviews from brides that weren't too great. They're also located 45 minutes outside of the city, and I'm not a fan of putting my guests in traffic. Still, a girl can dream about it?

via Ruffled Blog.
The Roosevelt Hotel - Don Draper lived here. Need I say more?

via The Roosevelt Hotel.

The Green Building - Chandeliers? Yes. Raw space? Yes. Beautiful photo backdrop? Oh, YES. The Green Building has become a favorite amongst newly engaged couples, and it's easy to see why.

via The Green Building.

The Carlyle - Having a wedding at a hotel is insanely tempting when you think of the hassle you can save planning transportation after the night's festivities. And although I'm not the biggest fan of most, The Carlyle stood out for me.

via The Carlyle.

Have you been to a NYC wedding?

x Jill


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