Kayla + Mark | Tribeca Rooftop wedding
A truly chic industrial event space, Tribeca Rooftop, located on a quiet cobblestone stone in the iconic neighborhood of New York City, was formerly a 1920's printing press building. Now it’s one of NYC’s leading wedding venues — one of few in that area of town. If you’re looking for a wedding venue in a quiet NYC neighborhood with lots of historic charm and amazing views it’s got to be on your shortlist.
With an expansive glass atrium, countless large windows, and a rooftop offering wraparound views uptown and downtown, the Hudson River, and Jersey City, we see why Kayla + Mark chose Tribeca Rooftop for their special day.
We’re proud to be a recommended Tribeca Rooftop wedding photographer, and, having photographed at the venue for over a decade, we’re well-acquainted with all the best spots to shoot in the local neighborhood — including the industrial loading docks, cobblestone streets, quiet alleyways, and old-world frontages.
Kayla utilized one of Tribeca Rooftop’s photography studios as her makeshift bridal suite — which makes for great ‘getting ready’ shots. We love to use their cyc walls (the white sloping wall thingy) for bridal portraits! Good for family groups, too.
Check out a few more of our recent outings at Tribeca Rooftop below.
The day was sunny bright, quiet for NYC. The cobble stone streets gave the perfect backdrop for our lovely couple.
With their bridal party of twenty, we walked the cobble stone streets taking pictures and laughing along the way. The ceremony was held on the picturesque rooftop overlooking Manhattan, could not have asked for a more perfect day.