The Wedding Artists Collective is composed of a crew of photographers who consistently take photos that are cooler than cute cat pics. And that is no easy feat. They recently hosted a soiree at historical Brooklyn venue, Wythe Hotel. This renovated factory on the Brooklyn waterfront was originally built in 1901, and today is used as a glorious gathering space.
Manhattan View King Room - The ground floor boasts a lobby, the restaurant Reynard, a meticulously converted historic Main Hall, and a European style outdoor garden, all featuring original pine, exposed brick, masonry, and elegant detailing.
Historic Corner King Room - All of the inherent character of the building has been meticulously preserved--its heavy yellow pine beams, pine ceilings, original masonry and brick walls, arched windows and cast-iron columns are all original.
The Main Hall is a grand space with rich original industrial character, original masonry walls, and 16-foot pine ceilings. In this space you can host parties, conferences, off-sites, galas, weddings, fundraisers and launches.