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When you really think about it, every season is the perfect season for a rooftop wedding. Whether it’s enjoying the warming temperatures and fresh air of the spring, the heat of summer, the beauty of fall, or the crispness of winter, our rooftop space at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC is the perfect place to hold your outdoor wedding.

Rooftop weddings at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC offer amenities that an outdoor wedding might not otherwise have, such as access to the indoors for restrooms and reception, cleaner surroundings, and of course breathtaking rooftop views for the couple who wants to feature NYC on their wedding day.

But there are considerations to take into account if you choose to have a rooftop wedding. Here are just a few to help make sure the only hitch that goes off is your big ‘I do’!

Protect Yourself

Depending on the time of day your wedding takes place, you may have to deal with the sun. This means sunblock, umbrellas or canopies, and in the summer months, fans or cooling stations.

For cooler months, outdoor space heaters can help keep guests warm and toasty while outside.

Finally, for days that call for rain, tents, umbrellas are all ways to prepare in case Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate with your big plans.

Be Transparent

If you are planning to have an outdoor event, notify your guests in advance so they can dress accordingly. This is especially important if you are having a winter wedding in NYC. Even with space heaters, your guests may still get a little cold, so allowing them the opportunity to wear a chic coat or a long sleeved dress will be appreciated.

Have a Backup Plan

Rain on your wedding day? It may be considered good luck (or “Ironic” depending on who you ask), but rain on your wedding day can be a real pain. That’s why it's important to have a plan b. While some well-placed canopies and umbrellas can stave off light sprinkles or mist, for torrential downpours, you may want to consider the option to bring your event indoors during the planning stage, especially during the months when rain is more common.

To learn more about your options for a rooftop or indoor wedding, contact Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC today.