We work in venues all through the Tri-State area. From apple orchards in the Hudson Valley to lofts in Brooklyn, we are lucky to be a part of so many different wedding days! However, there is one place that has a special place in our heart, The Bowery Hotel. It is such a special property with so much character and style, but it is always amazing to see what each couple adds to the space. We have seen it change from a light and airy Spring wedding, to a lush and floral fall event, all with special details that personalize it to each couples tastes.
Since we have seen so many different wonderful looks at The Bowery Hotel, we thought we would share a few of them with you. If you are newly engaged and looking for a space, we want to show you what a few different couples have done to make it their own!
This post will focus on the receptions, as that is what we usually get questions about. But don't worry, we will get to ceremony set-ups soon!
Two long tables in the main room are typically the way that guests are seated. Perri & chose a soft ivory linens and florals to run along the tables. They added custom burlap runners to give the look a different texture. A row of candlesticks added to the romantic vibe of the table. Photo by Kristy May.
Thinking about a fall wedding? Look at the fall explosion that LMD Designs created in the space. The fall colors filled the main room as guests dined, again on two long tables, surrounded by the colors of the season. Photo by Christian Oth Studios.
Thinking of something in the summer season? Well, check out this floral design by Belle Fleur done in all white. The crisp white linens, lush white florals, and taper candles in varying heights helped give this space a fresh and summery look. This look was captured by Christian Oth Studios. I have added a close up of the table, but if you want to see more, you can see more in Bride's Magazine !
Okay, so now to show you a different set-up. Annie and Neil decided to spice things up, and rather than use the "reception room" for dining, they opted to use the other room. Slightly different in it's layout, but equally stunning! My favorite part of this wonderful reception are the textured linens that give the table settings such an amazing texture! Photo by Christian Oth Studios
Loving the space, but feeling like you need more space? You can split guests up between the two rooms like Elizabeth & Greg. The glass walls and keeping the doors open made this setup feel the rooms feel connected with this set-up. Gorgeous florals by Saipua and candle light made the room feel warm and cozy. Photo by Heather Waraksa.
These layouts are all different, but all stunning. There is no way to go wrong at the Bowery Hotel! If you are getting married at this venue we hope that these photos help you start to think about how you would like to see the room! If you aren't, then I hope that these table settings inspired you!!