Mustard Seed Gardens, nestled in the heart of Noblesville Indiana, is a unique setting, rich in history with roots dating back to the mid-1800s. Located on the original Metsker Plantation is the “Olde Barn,” which has been completely converted to a one-of-a-kind wedding and event facility which offers old world charm and modern conveniences.
The Barn at Kennedy Farm is a 5,000-square-foot, Amish-built all wood post and beam barn. The barn sits on 40 acres in the midst of towering oak trees in lush green pastures. It is fully modern, equipped with electricity, water, restrooms and bride and groom quarters. Inside the barn, you will find functional space to seat up to 250 people. The clean, classy interior features an ornate crystal chandelier and café lighting.
Rising high on the Carmel skyline with its domed European style design, the Palladium has captured the attention of residents and visitors alike. The four-fronted, symmetrical design with its limestone facades and columns offers a timeless elegance and an unparalleled setting for attending world-class entertainment.
The Arch At Chatham was originally constructed in 1890 as St. Joseph’s Hall. Now restored by it’s owners, the charming and beautiful arched beams, lead to it’s new name. The original, stunning wood beams, exposed brick walls and hard wood floors make for a very intimate yet cosmopolitan atmosphere for any occasion.
The Paramount offers residents and visitors unique entertainment options year-round. Since the late 1920’s, the Paramount Theatre Centre has inspired visitors with its elaborate “Atmospheric” architecture, entertainment variety, and charm.
The Delaware Township Community Center is located at 9094 E 131st Street, directly behind the Government Center. The Community Center is a fully accessible facility with space suitable for your wedding reception, reunions, club or business meeting. The facility offers three different meeting rooms or an entire banquet room, as well as a large lobby which may be reserved for “pre-function” activities.
Since opening its doors in September of 2007, the Evan Lurie Gallery has specialized in introducing emerging and established international artists with a heavy emphasis on the contemporary abstract and a strong focus on realism and neo-realism. The gallery deals in works of art in all mediums and sizes including monumental, two-dimensional and three-dimensional. The 5200 square foot space offers monthly art walks featuring one man and group shows bringing an ever-changing energy of sophistication to the Indianapolis area.
The Urban Chalkboard is the ideal place for your private events. It’s modern. It’s comfortable. It’s just plain cool. And our studios, our play area, the library and our café are all yours to enjoy. And when we say all yours, we mean it – you can have the whole place to yourselves!
Nestled among native trees and beautiful, floral landscapes, the Historic Ambassador House and Heritage Gardens is an ideal setting for your dream wedding or special event. Rich in both history and charm, the Greek Revival style home, private grounds and lush gardens create an ambiance for you and your guests to enjoy every special moment.
The quintessential summer venue, Saxony Hall diversifies this beautiful, community space! Situated on Saxony Lake and Beach, the 4500 square foot recreation building can be transformed for a variety of community uses. Available for rent year-round, the hall can accommodate banquet seating for up to 160 people, and guests can work with their event coordinator every step of the way.
The Barn in Zionsville is located on a family owned farm just off of 146th Street at 8556 E 300 S in the beautiful countryside of Zionsville, Indiana. The family kept over 20 horses in the barn over the course of the past 20 years and have transformed it into a stunningly elegant venue for weddings.
Laurel Hall combines beauty and character with modern conveniences to create a perfect venue for any occasion. Our unique setting provides a lovely backdrop for Weddings, Corporate Retreats and other events of all sizes.
Built in 1873, on a beautifully wooded lot, The Benton House is a charming example of the Second Empire style of architecture. For twenty years, it was the home of Allen R. Benton, twice president of Butler University in Irvington.
The Blanton House is an elegant Georgian Colonial Style mansion set on seventy three acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, conveniently located on a quiet street just seconds from historic downtown Danville and minutes from Indianapolis.The craftsmanship, Georgian Colonial Style and old world charm will sweep you and your attendees off their feet as they are overwhelmed with its beauty.
Avon Gardens offers an intimate and romantic setting for your wedding, nestled amidst five acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and water features. Evening receptions are simply breathtaking with over 500 candles and festive lighting scattered through the gardens. Let us help you create a unique wedding event that you and your guests will always remember, immersed in the tranquility and peacefulness of nature.
The Indianapolis Yacht Club (IYC) is the premier wedding venue in Indianapolis for weddings, receptions, dances, reunions, business meetings, birthdays, graduations, bar/bat mitzvahs. Our 13,000 square foot, Clubhouse is a beautiful three story “castle” with a scenic view of Geist Lake. The formal dining hall can easily accommodate private parties for over 200 guests. The IYC provides affordable pricing, fabulous amenities and a great view of Geist Lake.
The barn is the perfect setting for a memorable event. Nestled in acres of trees it is beautiful year round. The event barn seats up to 350 for a sit down dinner, however can hold just over 800 for a cocktail reception or speakers event. The rustic style barn features many modern amenities like a brides room, grooms room, catering kitchen and even indoor plumbing. Round tables and chairs for 300 are included with the barn rental as well as 6 hand made custom farm tables. Work with your Event Stylist to create the event of your dreams.