(Closed) Salvage One vs Architectural Artifacts (and budget questions)

posted 6 years ago in Chicago
Post # 3
Member
521 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012 - Salvage One, Chicago

@sundaystyles:  just sent you a PM, but wanted to bump your post. 🙂  I think not having to rent tables/chairs, and linen for Salvage One makes a HUGE difference.  Also, Sara, the contact at S1, is such a great girl!

Post # 4
Member
1866 posts
Buzzing bee

Is Salvage One available in late summer 2013?  My friend just got engaged and they told her they were booked through fall of 2013!

Post # 5
Member
4 posts
Wannabee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I sent you a PM!

Post # 7
Member
2401 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Our wedding is at Salvage One and our budget is 25K, so you can totally do it. And Sarah is awesome. We loved working with her!

As for dates it’s available, I think it’s booked up until December of 2013. When we booked in January, we were the last September date open until late October.

Post # 9
Member
2401 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

@sundaystyles:  We’re having 140-150 people with Goose Island catering. We’re saving money by not having flower centerpieces (doing the candle uplighting for a “Chicago at Night” theme) and going a little more low key on photographers. 

I think the best part of the space is that the tables and chairs come with it and it’s so beautifully decoarted you really dont need to do a thing. Oh, and the BAR. Getting to bring our own liquour (though Goose Island is bringing beer as part of our package) is saving us a TON. We are thinking that we will spend about $175/person in the end.

The topic ‘Salvage One vs Architectural Artifacts (and budget questions)’ is closed to new replies.

Find Amazing Vendors