(Closed) Lafayette Bride Ceremony help!

posted 7 years ago in Indianapolis
Post # 3
44 posts
  • Wedding: April 2012

Are you wanting to get married in a Catholic church or a Protestant church?  We are getting married at Ross Camp in West Lafayette.  I think that would probably only be 30 minutes, at most, from Hour Time.  We’re having the wedding in the on-site chapel (seats 140 easily, we may be pushing it to 150) and then having the reception in another building on-site.  If you only wanted to use the chapel, the rental was only $200 (and $100 of that is a returnable deposit).  You would need to provide an officiant, since the chapel isn’t a church that’s in use, etc.  Just one option.

If you need some other ideas, I’m sure we can come up with something.

Post # 4
641 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I’m not much help in regards to church or chapel locations. I know Tippecanoe Battlefield Park has a very nice chapel, though with your number of guests, you would probably have to do the ceremony outside of the chapel, which is lovely. Also, there is a church at Ross Hills Camp. It is also beautiful, but I’m not certain of the capacity. Both options are fairly inexpensive; however, I believe it’s free to get married within the Purdue Horticultural Park, if that’s an appealing route to you.

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