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Michigan Indoor and Outdoor Wedding Ceremonies
Outside wedding ceremonies are extremely popular in downtown Plymouth's historic Kellogg Park. The park is located in the heart of quaint downtown Plymouth, just steps from the Meeting House Grand Ballroom, on the N. E. corner of Ann Arbor Trail and Main Street. In the middle of Kellogg Park is a beautiful fountain surrounded by tall, majestic, old growth trees, with manicured lawns and a mix of perennial and annual flower beds. Wedding guests are invited to park at the Meeting House and walk to Kellogg Park for the ceremony, then return to the Meeting House for the wedding reception. Following the wedding ceremony, the park offers numerous wedding photo opportunities for your wedding guests as well as your wedding photographer to capture that special moment in your life, in an idyllic setting. Kellogg Park is reserved and rented exclusively by the City of Plymouth; currently the fee is $200.00. In addition, you will want to rent chairs and perhaps a tent from one of several wedding party planners in the area. In the event of inclement weather, all we need is 24 hours notice, and the wedding ceremony can readily be shifted to the Meeting House wedding reception banquet facility.
Indoor Wedding Ceremonies
Wedding ceremonies together with wedding receptions in the Grand Ballroom are perfect for couples that prefer the convenience of having their wedding guests travel to a single location. The Meeting House is an ideal setting for your ceremony offering the natural beauty of the Grand Ballroom to exchange your wedding vows. The Meeting House is a totally private venue allowing for just one combined wedding ceremony and reception daily.
All of your wedding professionals will appreciate the generous amount of time permitted for them to set-up and decorate. After twelve noon, photographers arrive to set up a mini portrait studio, the florist will deliver the bouquets and boutonnières, centerpieces are arranged, decorations including chair coverings or specialty linens and lighting experts work their magic to transform the ballroom for your personal, private, wedding ceremony.
A large well lit and comfortable changing area is available for the bride and her attendants to prepare before the service. Two hours prior to the guest's arrival, your photographer begins to capture the cherished moments of your wedding utilizing their mini portrait studio as well as our fireplace as backdrops. Once the pictures are completed, the bride and all the ladies of the bridal party are secluded in a private area while guests are ushered to their seats. The Meeting House will provide chairs set up "pew style" for as many guests as possible; however some guests will typically need to be seated at their tables during the ceremony.
At the start of the service, your pianist begins to play, then your runner is extended, and what follows becomes one of life's rarest moments, your marriage ceremony.
Following the ceremony, a receiving line is customarily hosted by the newlyweds. Our staff will gather up the "pew style" chairs to facilitate a large dance floor area. Additional staff members will attend to your guest's beverage desires while our strolling wait staff passes hors d'oeuvres chosen specifically for your occasion.
The Meeting House Wedding Ceremony fee on Saturdays is $300. The fee is waived on Fridays and Sundays.
The Meeting House has an arch available for a small fee, or you may provide one specifically to you liking.
The ceremony rehearsal may be held during our regular business hours on Wednesday or Thursday without incurring any additional charge, Friday hours are variable.