The Big Apple is one of America’s most iconic wedding destinations. In fact, it’s right up there as one of the most sought-after wedding spots in the entire world.

There’s no prizes for guessing why this is the case. New York City is filled with bright lights, glitz, glamour and luxury. Everywhere you look, there’s something going on, and the buzz of the city attracts countless couples, looking to tie the knot in a stand-out setting.

But, once you’ve picked New York as your location of choice, you’re still only halfway through your search - the big question that remains is, where in New York do you choose as your venue?

The list of potentials is about as long as Fifth Avenue itself. When it comes to glamorous hotels and historic buildings, New York certainly has the lion’s share.

One of the most popular choices from this long list is Tribeca Rooftop.

For couples on the lookout for luxury, or those who want to make their big day a statement affair, you can cut your search short.

Tribeca Rooftop is one of the city’s most elite premier wedding venues. It boasts jaw-dropping views of the city skyline, in an open-air setting which makes you feel like the sky scrapers and iconic landmarks are joining in the party.

For this couple, no venue could have been more perfect.

New York City means so much to them as a couple - it is where they went on their first date, got engaged, and have spent so many incredible nights together.

The groom used to play for the New York Giants and the bride grew up in the Tri State area. As a result, they could think of nowhere else on earth where they’d rather host their guests.

The Tribeca Rooftop was the most amazing wedding venue for this quintessential New York City event. It beautifully blended the couple’s Nigerian and Italian cultures, and bonded them together in New York’s unique atmosphere.

The wedding guests came from all over the country and, after two long years of living in these strange times, this marked a wonderful occasion for a long-awaited reunion.

Like so many others, this couple had to push their wedding date back. However, although it was supposed to be on April 16th, it actually rained on their original date. Whereas, on the official date, August 6th, it was the most beautiful day of the summer. Talk about fate.

The sun set just as the ceremony was starting, which made the cityscape background even more stunning. In fact, these lucky guests got to enjoy cocktail hour on the roof, complete with oysters, sushi, hors d'oeuvres, and custom-rolled cigars.

In a timeless, utterly sophisticated design choice, all the decor was black and white. This elegant affair was enhanced further with beautiful white florals supplied by Pedestal Florist in Long Island.

The bride and groom’s choice of clothing could not have been a more flawless match to their decor choice. The groom looked suave in his white suit with a black bow tie, and the bride opted for a gorgeous, shimmering white lace-back bodice (quite understandably, the groom could not take his eyes off her).

The dinner hour was filled with glittering entertainment, including Charlie Romo’s tribute to Frank Sinatra and sets by the DJ and a saxophone player.

All-star guests - including Sharna Burgess from Dancing with the Stars, and former NFL teammates - all joined the bride and groom to dance the night away in the twinkling lights of New York City at night.

Photographer: Rachel Rodgers Photography PR Rep: GSE Worldwide Floral Designer: Pedestal Florist Lighting: AV Workshop Accomodations: Soho Grand Makeup Artist: D'Amelio Cosmetics Hair Stylist: Senada K. Ceka DJ: Eclipse Entertainment Dress Designer: Ryan and Walter