Brooklyn Wedding Photographers thoroughly enjoy taking pictures at a Brooklyn Winery wedding event. This photo from a wedding at the rustically chic venue, shows off the table settings at a reception. The room most used for receptions at the Brooklyn Winery is the Atrium. This space is perfect for a Brooklyn wedding and a lovely setting for Brooklyn Wedding Photographers. The Atrium is most known for its glass ceiling. During the day this glass ceiling provides natural lighting for a ceremony or reception at the winery. Sunlight can beam into the room, giving any wedding celebration a beautiful warm glow. At night, the ceiling provides guests with front row seats to twinkling New York city lights and a brilliant evening sky. There is nothing like looking up during a wedding reception and seeing millions of stars scattered across the sky, winking down at you. The walls of the Atrium are lined with large windows and hanging succulent plants. This flora gives the room a more natural ambiance, even while being set in the midst of a large, busy city. This picture shows a part of the succulent wall garden in the background, with the long picnic-like table stretching into the forefront of the image. The table settings are meant to be both charming and elegant. The long tables give the wedding reception a more inclusive feel, with guests seated close together and not separated by multiple tables. This creates an atmosphere that encourages lively conversation and allows all guests to feel that they are included in this magical day. The wooden tables are pristine, with settings awaiting guests to enter the room. Pink, white and red flowers adorn the tables as well, adding a pop of color to the neutral tones of the scene. In just a few moments, guests will begin to enter the space, and the celebrations will be in full swing. Brooklyn wedding photographers have so many wonderful venues to choose from including Liberty Warehouse, Wythe Hotel, Smack Mellon, 501 Union, Sky Gallery, MyMoon, Colonie, Gran Electrica, French Louie, and Frankies 457.