Weylin B. Seymour’s Brooklyn Event Venue
March 19, 2015
Tri State
There is something so unique and special about getting married in a venue that has a ton of history. Case in point — Brooklyn's Weylin B. Seymour’s. This new (but very old) event space located at the foot of the Williamsburg Bridge is located within the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building which was completed in 1875. After an award-winning restoration that wrapped up in January of 2014, this space is now ready to host some incredible celebrations.
This breathtakingly gorgeous Beaux Arts Classical building was deemed “one of the most monumental spaces surviving in New York from the Post-Civil War era” by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Located just minutes from lower Manhattan, it features a 110-ft dome decorated with a stunning original fresco, hand-cut mosaic marble floors, bank vault with original vault door imported from France in 1872 and so much more. Truthfully, Weylin B. Seymour’s is as much a conversation piece as it is a truly unique historical venue! With room to accommodate up to 350 for a wedding celebration as well as separate spaces for ceremony, cocktails and dinner + dancing, this space is a must-see.
Top it all off with high-end menu and bar packages, a dedicated service staff and custom furniture packages offering color + style options, and you've got what wedding dreams are made of. For more info and to start planning your big day at Weylin B. Seymour’s, head over here.

Photo Credits: Mercedes Noriega Photography | Heather Waraksa | Trent Bailey Photography | Durston Saylor