2 501 Union Wedding Videos: Modern Industrial Glam

When it comes to unique industrial chic wedding venues, Brooklyn has Manhattan beat in that category. We’ve talked about these three Brooklyn venues as well as Brooklyn Winery, and today, we’re bringing you three fabulous 501 Union wedding films!

501 Union is tucked among five charming distinct neighborhoods – Gowanus, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Boreum Hill, and Park Slope. Formerly a classic car restoration shop, it still embodies some of that golden age industrial glamour but now is also a breathtaking space for weddings! From an open-air courtyard to a light-filled reception hall lit up by a vaulted skylight and chic chandeliers, it’s one of Brooklyn’s most popular destinations for couples to start their happily-ever-after!

Jillian and Richard strolled around the iconic Brooklyn streets for their wedding portraits with the colorful graffiti art as a fun backdrop. With a ceremony surrounded by white florals and walls of glass and a reception dinner lit up romantically by flickering candles, they celebrated the happiest day of their lives amidst contemporary decor mixed with industrial elegance.

Leslie Ann and Danny had an adorable first look outside the venue before exchanging their vows in the open-air courtyard against a green trellis wall and surrounded by their closest family and friends. They then took their reception festivities into the main room where 3,500 sq ft of space awaited and walls of exposed brick and hardwood floors provided the perfect cozy ambiance for an evening of toasting and dancing.

Did you fall in love with these beautiful wedding films as we did? Hope they gave you inspiration to plan your own industrial glam wedding! Our cinematographers and editors are experts on capturing the priceless moments from your big day and we are ready to give you that remarkable film that you will surely keep watching for years to come. Don’t wait around – click here to get started

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