NYC and National Wedding Costs

According to the Knot, the national average cost of a wedding in 2017 is $33,391 the average cost of a NYC wedding is a staggering $76,944. Well… luckily you will not be paying that at Deity Events! Here is our secret formula to see how Deity Events compares! Our price is honestly listed with gratuity…

Biggest Brooklyn Venue Hunting Mistakes

After 10 Years of meeting hundreds of couples, coming through the gates of Deity Events on their journey of planning a wedding, we have came up with the most common venue hunting mistakes to prevent headache and unnecessary spending while venue shopping. Shopping out of your budget Keeping costs down during a wedding can be difficult…

After Party Spots in Brooklyn

You just had the most incredible time at your wedding and you are not ready for the good times to end. We made a list of local after party spots you should check out when you head out of your wedding at Deity Events. Photo by Julep and Bell Photography After parties can be a…

NYC Transportation and Parking

Transportation is a big aspect of enjoying New York City and Brooklyn and getting to Deity Events for your Wedding. When you’re planning an event with a full weekend of festivities for friends and family, especially if most guests are from out of town, transportation becomes a big concern to most parties. With weddings and events,…

Registry Items for your Brooklyn Wedding

If you live in Brooklyn or Manhattan you have probably seen the adorable Zola posters on the subway, so we looked into it for you! Zola is specifically for planning a wedding in the tech age and making it easy to add cool items to your registry you actually want! At Deity Events, as a Wedding Venue that…

Brooklyn Wedding Captured in Black and White

As much as Brooklyn sets trends, we still love our classics such as black and white photos. When you mix the artistic talent of the NYC photographers and vendors to the unique Brooklyn style of Deity Events you create a memories to last a lifetime (some you can relive them in these precious wedding videos). Black and white…

A Surprise Wedding in NYC

Alix Strauss, from the New York Times shares that surprise weddings are on the rise. We recognize the trend as part of the rise in creative non-traditional weddings and elopements.  Not only does Deity love unique wedding styles, but we will keep your secret 😉 We can see that there are some very attractive reasons…