Perfect atmosphere for this Brooklyn Wedding were achieved by a few factors. Number 1: Joan and Moses got married at Deity Events. They attribute having their ideal wedding with zero regrets to: the great service, fantastic food from Deity Catering, a fun DJ, the beautiful Deity Wedding venue, and of course that fact that they could make their beloved fur babies a part of their big day! Number 2: Matt & Ann Novak from Tin Sparrow Photography photographed their special day. Number 3: Le Image did the fun photo booth. AND…Number 4: Their tasty and beautiful cake was from local NYC Lady Bird Bakery. Read about Joan and Moses’ account of what made their Wedding day perfect for them:
From setting up our appointment to check out the venue, the team was incredibly responsive and answered all of our questions thoughtfully & convincingly (and we had a lot of questions…). This was actually the only venue we checked out. We appreciated the all-inclusive concept and the fact that they were very transparent about their pricing. Is it the cheapest venue you’ll find in the NYC area? No, but the quality of the experience (and therefore low stress level) makes the pricing totally worth every penny.
Their team is truly a well-oiled machine. The staff have been working with each other and at the venue for years – this is very apparent (we’ve been to weddings where this is noticeably not the case aka they clearly don’t care about the guests’ experience). The Deity staff took care of us and our guests all night – our guests (including the bride’s difficult-to-please mother) consistently commented that the staff was amazing, efficient and friendly. We were truly able to enjoy our own wedding.
They Allow Dogs
Our beloved dog got to be part of our ceremony which made our day even more special.
It’s amazing! Our guests consistently said it was some of the best wedding food they’ve had. They thought it was catered from a restaurant! You don’t need to do the tasting (we didn’t)…just order the NY Strip and Tuna – you won’t regret it.
We loved the unique look and it really embodies “Brooklyn.” One thing we didn’t initially love – the venue is separated by several floors and requires walking up and down flights of stairs (which we thought our guests would complain about). It ended up being a non-issue and people actually commented that they loved the flow of the entire night. One thing in particular we didn’t like at first was that the dance floor is in the cellar, separate from the dining area (like most traditional weddings). However, this ended up being a HUGE hit. Our guests loved this unique feature and had a blast.
Separately, the venue’s string lights and the candles they provide are more than enough decor so we didn’t do any floral arrangements (which saved us thousands of dollars). We just got rose petals for the tabletops and aisle, but think we could’ve even done without.
Honestly, one of our biggest concerns was that we wouldn’t be satisfied with the DJ Deity assigns us (and we’d be stuck with him/her). DJ Eno was the bomb. On our phone call, we had a hard time articulating what type of songs we wanted for the dance floor but he asked good questions and truly nailed it the night of. We had guests who didn’t leave the dance floor the entire night! We would hire him again in a heartbeat.
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