The High Line Hotel is quickly becoming the new go-to destination for stylish weddings and events in the NYC area. It has a rich history dating back four centuries and was founded in the early 1800’s as the first Episcopal Seminary in New York on 66 tracts of land donated from Clement Clarke Moore. The land he donated, was actually from his family’s estate (“Chelsea”). The hotel consists of a group of buildings that made up the Seminary, and were designed by Charles Haigh, the Architect of Columbia University.
Today, The High Line Hotel, nestled quietly in the Chelsea Gallery District of Manhattan, consists of 60 charming rooms, some with views of the High Line Park or the enclosed Parisian-inspired private garden. There are over 8,000 square feet of event space, with the original Gothic-inspired architecture and more modern spaces for meetings, conferences, receptions, galas, weddings and more. There’s even a chic pastoral lawn for intimate wedding ceremonies.
Our first introduction to the High Line Hotel was back in December, when we threw our holiday party there. For our party, we had the pleasure of working with Coterie members from the New York area to transform the already gorgeous ballroom of The Highline Hotel to a radiantly orchid showcase. See more from our holiday party here.
We also had a chance to tour the beautiful grounds of The High Line before our party, and had an opportunity to produce a stylized shoot. Enjoy these gorgeous images by Petronella Photography and an amazing team of wedding creatives.
A special thanks to all of our sponsors and volunteersPhotography – Petronella Photography Photography Assistant – Linda Manns Venue/Catering – The High Line Hotel Wholesale Flowers – FiftyFlowers.com Floral Design – Makini Regal Designs Planning – Elle’s Couture Events Linens – The Finishing Touch Stationery – Royale Amethyst Invitations and Designs Cake – BCake NY Cake Toppers – LBV Designs Cake Stand – LBV Designs Decals on glasses and swag bags – LBV Designs Bridal Styling – Vainglorious Brides Dresses – Sarah Jassir Groomswear – Sante Zeller Tuxedo & Menswear – Bayridge Earrings – Ines di Santo Bridal Jewelry – Happily Ever Borrowed Headpieces – Headpiece Heaven Photobooth – Go Photobooths NYC Makeup – Juicy Looks Hair – Courtney Williams and Nakema Patton Mens styling – Mr. Baldwin Style Cinematography – MaeB Films Lighting – John Fitzpatrick
Enjoy this lovely video from MaeB Films
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