Liberty Warehouse Weddings
Word of warning: don’t be fooled by the word “warehouse”. The Liberty Warehouse possesses as much wow factor as a 5-star hotel grand ballroom. The massive structure has two large event rooms facing west for breathtaking sunset views, and two smaller ones for intimate indoor ceremonies or cocktail hour. The exposed red brick, tall ceilings, open wood-burning fireplaces, large windows, and the impressive space that accommodates up to 450 seated guests and over 1000 for cocktails are beyond stunning. The Liberty Warehouse has buckets of character and will act as a blank canvas for every couple to work with. Special lighting and flower decorations can totally transform this space into a fairy tale world. You can take my word for it.
This is the ideal wedding location for couples looking for something different, modern, and spectacular at the same time (think industrial meets rustic). With several rooms to choose from and a charming waterfront patio, Liberty Warehouse offers stunning views of the New York Harbor and a romantic reception space for unforgettable weddings.
Located in Brooklyn, on Pier 41, the newly renovated Liberty Warehouse is today the main attraction in the historic shipping yards of Red Hook. Being the only NY venue where you can see Lady Liberty facing front (imagine her looking towards France), the legendary pre-Civil War building is located on the water’s edge. Its original brick walls, together with the nearby pier, make a fabulous backdrop for wedding photos. The city views are fantastic during the day and the spectacular lighting sweeps you off your feet after dark. This is actually one of the main reasons couples book this venue. Another reason would be the food. Seriously. Everything on the menu is top notch, so don’t be surprised if you still hear your guests comment about it long after your wedding day.
Expect to be blown away by this spectacular setting the first time you walk through. What you don’t know is that on your wedding day it will actually look ten times better. Saying “I do” on a brick terrace close to the water with the Statue of Liberty in the background sounds like the promise of a day to remember.