Meg & Dylan celebrated their fall wedding at the Weylin in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a place that is special to them; Brooklyn is where they call home. The wedding day started with Meg and her bridesmaids getting ready at the William Vale. The bride & groom chose to see each other before their wedding ceremony so that they could enjoy all of their cocktail hour with guests.
The Weylin is a luxury wedding venue in the heart of Williamsburg in New York. One of my favorite things about being a New York City wedding photographer is being invited to photograph my couples in some of the most iconic buildings the city has to offer. The Weylin is a historic building dating back to 1875 and originally named the Williamsburg Savings Bank. This building is so beautiful from the outside and the inside follows suit. With high ceilings and impeccable classic bank details, the Weylin is truly a gem in the center of the Williamsburg, Brooklyn neighborhood of NYC.
The Weylin wedding ceremony took place inside the gorgeous space with the ceremony space being transformed into the reception. They Weylin can accommodate up to 450 guests with great space for the perfect dance floor. Meg and Dylan shared intimate vows surrounded by gorgeous white and green florals designed by NYC favorite, Mimosa Floral.
From the Brooklyn Wedding Venue: Weylin is the site of the iconic Williamsburgh Savings Bank, built by renowned architect George B. Post and interiors designed by Peter B. Wright in 1875. Following an award winning restoration, Weylin was born. Now operating as one of the city’s premier venues, Weylin acts as a multifunctional, cultural and community hub. Weylin’ s spectacular frescoed dome, intricate mosaics, wooden carvings, and period decor make it the perfect backdrop for a diverse array of events from weddings and galas to performances, art shows and experiential activations.
Weylin is named after a legendary character of 19th century Williamsburg. Weylin B. Seymour was a well-loved socialite, party host and fruitful matchmaker. Serendipitously, he shared initials with the Williamsburgh Savings Bank, thus sealing his fate as our beloved namesake.
The Weylin is full of iconic and elegant opportunities for beautiful wedding photos. I have been photographing weddings in Brooklyn and NYC for over 12 years now and I always love coming back to this gorgeous wedding venue. Every time I am there, I find something new to photograph as well as incorporating favorites into the mix. As an experienced photographer, I know where the light will be and when and can work with you on your timeline to make sure that we maximize your photography investment. More than likely, your ceremony and reception at the Weylin will all be indoors. As a NYC wedding photographer, I know how to photograph weddings under any lighting circumstances, wether I play with the existing light or add in some to perfectly highlight events such as your first dance and toasts.