Industrial Chic Brooklyn Venues: 26 Bridge, Greenpoint Loft, Dumbo Loft
Industrial chic is an ongoing popular trend in the wedding world, and there’s nothing much more fitting than Brooklyn venues for such a wedding!
BK Venues is a collection of unique, renovated spaces that are perfect for brides in search of industrial chic vibes. We’ve shot at Dumbo Loft, 26 Bridge, and Greenpoint Loft numerous times, and each time we’re amazed at how the spaces are transformed by each wedding’s personality. Keep on reading to see three unforgettable industrial chic weddings from Dumbo Loft, 26 Bridge, and Greenpoint Loft, and prepare to be inspired!
We love how Amanda & Sean created an intimate, stylish wedding at 26 Bridge! With so much architectural and historical character, this building sits in DUMBO steps away from the Brooklyn Bridge Park, and we can’t help but swoon over Amanda & Sean’s dreamy photo session by the water and their beautiful ceremony and reception!
Beautiful wood beams, flooring, high ceilings and exposed brick made for a chic reception venue at Miranda & Luis’ wedding! Overlooking Dumbo Triangle Park and sitting next to the Manhattan Bridge, Dumbo Loft offered Miranda and Luis the flexibility of having an outdoor ceremony at the park and then taking the party indoors for food and dancing!
Featuring beautiful exposed brick and original woodwork, the Greenpoint Loft includes an outdoor mezzanine with breathtaking skyline views, allowing Candice & Edouard to enjoy some fresh air as they snuck away from the party for photo sessions. With wood flooring, high beam ceilings and open skylight windows, Greenpoint Loft provided a beautiful industrial chic setting for the happy couple!
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