Brooklyn Wedding PhotographerThe scenery of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden makes it easy to be a Brooklyn Wedding Photographer. Tucked away from the chaos of the city, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a floral oasis. The venue provides two main buildings for weddings, the Palm House and the Atrium. The smaller of the two, the Atrium, is perfect for marriage ceremonies and more intimate wedding receptions. The glass walls of the building allow wedding guests to look out onto an outdoor terrace and the Botanic Garden’s Cherry Esplanade. The ceiling of the Atrium is covered with native grasses and wildflowers, giving guests the impression that they have just stepped into Lewis Carroll's Wonderland. For larger wedding celebrations, the Palm House is an ideal space. This iconic structure is completely enclosed in glass and is a dream for a Brooklyn Wedding Photographer. During daytime wedding celebrations, the sun shines down on guests and naturally lights up the room. Wedding attendees also will have unencumbered views of the surrounding gardens and the immaculate Lily Pool Terrace. In the evening, couples and guests can dance under a star-lit ceiling, making the night a truly magical one. Little details that are unique to each couple make these spaces even more enchanting. This photograph displays the table place cards for guests to pick up when the enter the venue. The cards are a simple slip of ivory paper with the name of the guest printed clearly on it. The table number for the guest to look for is located right at the end of the unobtrusive slip. The paper is tied with twin to springs of lavender, giving guests a calming treat for the senses as they look for their assigned tables. It is a fitting detail for a Brooklyn Botanic Garden wedding. Gorgeous venues include The 1896, Brooklyn Winery, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, The Green Building, Brooklyn Grange, Dobbin Street, Fitzcarraldo, 501 Union, The Greenpoint Loft, and Brooklyn Academy of Music.