Chic modern wedding at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn
If you're planning a modern urban wedding in Brooklyn, you have to check out the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. Built in 1901 to manufacture barrels for the sugar refiners that lined the East River, the former factory was one of the last masonry and timber buildings built in Brooklyn and now operates as an amazing event space.
Ethan and Cara chose the Wythe Hotel as their wedding venue for its industrial vibe, which perfectly suited their chic modern aesthetic. Cara channeled a sleek elegant look with a slinky Danielle Frankel low-back gown, Manolo Blahnik mules and chic low ponytail. The couple's sweet pup Louie almost stole the show, looking absolutely dashing in his doggie tuxedo!
Ethan and Cara personalised the exposed brick interior of the Wythe Hotel with heaps of ivory flowers, lush green foliage and flickering candlelight, creating a cosy ambience for their intimate soireé. Scroll on to see more of this gorgeous Brooklyn wedding, captured by New York wedding photographer and Fine Art Curation member, Anna Gianfrate.
Photographer: Anna Gianfrate | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Planning and design: Fitting Fetes | Floral designer: Designs by Ahn | Dress designer: Danielle Frankel | Venue: Wythe Hotel | Hair and make-up artist: Willow House Beauty