Brooklyn Wedding Venue Decor

Deity Brooklyn Wedding Venue doesn’t really need much in terms of outside decor, it’s inherently beautiful on it’s own. However, to put that personal stamp on your Wedding, we have some ideas for you to add some extra touches. The icing no the Wedding Cake. Here is some inspiration broken down for you by where and when it might be used throughout the big day. As well as what vendors may be able to help execute this vision.

Wedding Ceremony Decor

Rosehip Social Florists for greenery. Arch and rugs provided by the Bride and Groom. Chairs, candles and curtains complimentary by Deity.

Greenery and rose petals by Rosehip Social. Deity’s In-house Chuppah, table and tablecloth. Candles complimentary by Deity.

DIY by the Bride and her family.

This gorgeous floral arch was created by Opalia Flowers. Located just across the street from Deity!

Floral Designs by Sofie did this special arch.

This floral twist on a traditional Chuppah was created by Rosehip Social. Twinkle lights provided by Deity.

Floral Heights hung this greenery perfectly offset by the Deity twinkle lights and curtains.

Dinner in the Loft

Stunning greenery and candelabras by Rosehip Social. The black tablecloths are an option offered through Deity.

Loving the contrast of the greenery and green bottles with the cream setting.

Flowers and taper candles by Rosehip Social.

Opalia Flowers did this beautiful dinner set up.

Sweetheart Table Ideas

Rosehip Social Florists for this couple’s table.

DIY by the Bride herself!

Deity’s Chuppah and tablecloth. Floral Heights can help with your rose petals.

Adorable signage provided by the Bride’s  themselves.

More fun ideas from the Bride. Try a rosette tablecloth to dress up your special table.

Centerpieces

Rosehip Social provided these dramatic candelabras. Bride designed placard keys and menus.

Rosehip Social and this Bride’s art deco designed menus and table assignments.

Pretty fall centerpiece by June Florist.

Rosehip Social wild floral centerpieces.

This Bride’s Mom created these centerpieces based on places the couple had traveled.

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