(Closed) Indianapolis Wedding Venues

posted 7 years ago in Indianapolis
Post # 3
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Sugar bee

Whereabouts Indy?

Are you having a religious ceremony–i.e. Catholic, Jewish, etc?  Are you opposed to finding a venue with a local college campus (like IUPUI or Butler)?  Have you looked into the Mansion at Oak Hill or the Coxhall Gardens?

Post # 5
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Sugar bee

Have you thought about a museum?

Post # 7
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Newbee

So I suffered from the same problem – it was a major issue. I have found a few places – but most were art galleries, they tend to let allow all outside vendors – the only exception I found is Nancy Noel’s gallery in Zionsville. You can use the Indyarts.org website to find most indianapolis area galleries. One that we liked a lot is the ArtBox gallery – they have two locations . We also looked at the Harrison center. Historical sites generally let you bring in your own vendors – places like the Benjamin Harrison home, but it would have to be an outdoor wedding. I also noticed that the Brick Street Inn in Zionsville is scheduled to re-open and if they don’t have food/beverage on site, they may be willing to let you bring someone in for your wedding.  Oh, and if you’re looking for something more rustic – there is Stoney Creek Farm in Noblesville, IN. I have more, but some of them are south of Indianapolis… Sorry for the long list, we’ve been searching for the ‘right’ venue for a year!!!!

Post # 8
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: April 2011

we are getting married at the harrison center for the arts in april of this year.  they were the most flexible place we could find as far as catering/bar allowances.  plus their prices are super reasonable and include use of the room for the whole day.  have you been to look at the facility?  they have several spaces which can be rented and seem pretty flexible to work with so far.  i guess i’ll know more after april.

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