A loft-style wedding venue in Paterson, New Jersey, The Art Factory specializes in industrial chic ceremonies and receptions. Located in the national hub of manufacturing, the historic venue was built circa 1840. One of the first—and oldest—remaining factories in the United States that is open to the public, The Art Factory’s undeniable emphasis on art, architecture and design make it the ideal destination for one-of-a-kind knot-tying celebrations!
Facilities and Capacity
The Art Factory comfortably accommodates a maximum of 800 guests. Couples have the option of hosting their ceremony and/or reception in any of the venue’s seven fashionably appointed event spaces, each of which feature the following amenities:
Factory-made lounge furnishings
Factory-made dining furnishings
Eclectic vintage seating
Trendy Vineyard chairs
The Art Factory offers couples a number of wedding-related services for a truly streamlined celebration. Options include, but are not limited to, the following:
Team of professional creatives
Event planning assistance
Seating arrangement assistance
Multiple lighting options
State-of-the art sound system
Wireless internet access
Couples who book The Art Factory benefit from a variety of customizable wedding facilities. For a truly enhanced celebration, couples are provided with 20 hours of exclusive access to the following:
The Art Factory gives couples the option to select from a wide variety of talented caterers the vendor they believe makes the best fit for their big day. Designed as a European Mercato, couples can browse on site and sample the various catering options!
From the moment the venue is booked, said couples benefit from becoming Honorary Art Factory Members, receiving uncapped access to the entire venue and its ever-growing network of vendors and partners.
The Art Factory is conveniently located in historic Paterson, New Jersey. Only 12 short miles from New York City, the unique venue is less than 10 minutes from a number of Paterson, New Jersey landmarks, such as Garrett Mountain Reservation, Frank D. Zaccaria Memorial Park and Rifle Camp Park.
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