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Thirteen of the Most Visually Stunning Wedding Venues in NYC

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Need to find a place in New York City to get married that's as pretty as the wedding dress and ring you're planning to get? Here are thirteen of the city's most jaw-dropping places to have your wedding, including tried-and-true classics like the Plaza Hotel, New York's cutest public gardens, and beautiful dining areas for a picture-perfect reception.

The Wythe Hotel

Photo: The Wythe Hotel

80 Wythe Ave, Williamsburg; (718) 460-8000

The Plaza Hotel

Photo: The Plaza

1 West 58th Street, Midtown; (212) 759-3000

Central Park Boathouse

Photo: Loeb Central Park Boathouse

East 72nd Street, Upper East Side; (212) 517-2233

The Foundry

Photo: The Foundry

42-38 Ninth Street, Long Island City; (718) 786-7776

Cave du Vin at Lafayette

Lafayette Photo: Daniel Krueger for Eater NY

380 Lafayette Street, Noho; (212) 533-3000

Wave Hill

Photo: Wave Hill

649 West 249th Street, the Bronx; (718) 549-3200

New York Public Library

Photo: The New York Public Library

Fifth Avenue at 42nd St, Midtown; (917) 275-6975

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Photo: Brooklyn Botanic Gardens

990 Washington Avenue, Crown Heights; (718) 623-7200

The Light House at Chelsea Piers

Photo: Pier 60

61 Chelsea Piers #300, Chelsea; (212) 336-6144

Gotham Hall

Photo: Gotham Hall

1356 Broadway, Midtown; (212) 244-4300

The Altman Building

Photo: The Altman Building

135 West 18th Street, Chelsea; 212-741-3400

The Weather Room

30 Rockefeller Plaza, 67th Fl., Midtown; (212) 593-9499

New Leaf Restaurant & Bar

Photo: New Leaf Restaurant & Bar

1 Margaret Corbin Drive, Fort Tryon Park; (212) 568-5323