Tribeca Rooftop Wedding in New York City


A Classic Autumn Wedding at Tribeca Rooftop in NYC

There’s nothing quite like looking out over the New York City skyline. A wedding at Tribeca Rooftop gives you that view as your ceremony backdrop. Located in a former 1920’s printing press building at 10 Desbrosses Street, Tribeca Rooftop is one of the most premier wedding venues in NYC.

The views aren’t only the best thing about Tribeca Rooftop. The venue has a dramatic ballroom with a large skylight that can fit up to 325 of your closest friends and family. Completely unheard of in NYC! This wedding venue is the perfect spot to have modern amenities, while still a quintessentially New York feel. And that’s why this couple loved it.

Sam and Emily are both native New Yorkers who relocated to London several years ago. With friends and family spread out throughout the world, they decided to have their wedding in their home of NYC. “We wanted to find a place that would feel like a really special party,” said the couple.

After their ceremony and cocktail hour on the rooftop overlooking the skyline, guests descended downstairs for the reception. Their friends and family gave toasts that brought everyone to tears. And then the entire group danced the night away to music by an incredible band.

The couple brought in special touches to keep things quintessential New York, including confetti poppers after the ceremony like a ticker tape parade and taxi cab place cards. With friends and guests coming from around the world, these little touches were lovely. It kept that destination feel and a celebration wedding weekend!

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Vendor List

Venue: Tribeca Rooftop
Florals: Flowers in the Park
Band: The Sultans of Swing
Makeup: Andrea Mazuera Artistry
Dress: Lela Rose
Bridesmaids Dresses: Amsale
Invitations: Kensington Paper

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Born to a Cuban architect and an American history buff, I was raised with a passion for storytelling and an eye for the little details. 

I received my BA from Tufts University and was lucky enough to train in long-form narrative photojournalism under World Press Photo Chairman Gary Knight. While based in Rome working for the United Nations, I was hit by a car on my way home from work — what I call my “Regina George” moment.

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