We can Accommodate up to 300 guests depending on the seating arrangement or 225 for a reception style dinner and dancing, 125 classroom or 225 theater. Our round tables seat 8 guest each. All tables, chairs and white linens are included.
For an event space that truly reflects the southern charm and unique history of the city of Memphis, there is no better location than the Cotton Museum at the Memphis Cotton Exchange. Located at the corner of Union Avenue and Front Street, this historic landmark sits in the heart of downtown Memphis.
Lush gardens, classical architecture, and artistic inspiration create endless possibilities for a beautiful wedding at any time of year. The Hughes Pavilion, a light-filled building nestled in the woodland gardens, is perfect for rehearsal dinners and receptions, while the gardens offer the perfect setting for a ceremony.
From angled red doors to towering windows and pristine hardwood floors, the possibilities for a truly unique event are endless! Our lobby is a perfect fit for a small event or rehearsal dinner and the hall a stunning venue for a reception.
Before you book that hotel banquet room and prepare your guests for another menu of rubber chicken, start making plans to party like a rock star! The Rock 'n' Soul Museum of Memphis is available for private parties, receptions and seated dinners.
From the breathtaking view of the Mississippi River to the casual/juke house decorated Folklore Hall, the Center provides three distinct venues for events. If you'd like to take the party with you - explore the option of working with us to provide the entertainment for your event away from the Center.
The Cadre Building is a 36,000-square-foot historic landmark that features an elegant 13,000-square-foot grand ballroom with an overlooking 2,500-square-foot mezzanine. Built in 1928, our rooms are complete with a classic look, accented with brilliant crystal chandeliers, intricately crafted columns detailed with hand-pain
Surround your guests with world-class art in a tranquil, park-like setting. The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art creates a spectacular, unique backdrop for rehearsal dinners, weddings, and receptions. With unique spaces and world-class exhibitions, the Brooks can accommodate from 50 to 1000 guests for an evening event.
From weddings to receptions to special events, the Atrium and Concert Hall can accommodate up to 380 guests. Our event staff can help with the details of banquet and theater style seating with chairs and tables available for rental. There’s also convenient parking right across the street in the Toyota Center.
Create lasting memories and dance the night away in the Calliope Event Space. Old world charm meets modern amenities and convenience. Located at 456 Tennessee Street - just south of the Spaghetti Warehouse and across the street from the River Bluff Walk.
Rhitt's on Rex is the place to host your event. We can handle all events from High School dances on our large dance floor to the most elaborate Wedding Reception. Any event big or small Rhitt's on Rex can handle it. Conveniently located in the heart of Memphis at Poplar and I-240.
HRH Vineyards has 50 acres of grapevines, forests, ponds, and land with a church steeple in the background. A marquis tent can be erected in the vineyard for a large or small wedding and/or reception. The Crown Winery, designed in the style of a Tuscan Villa, has three separate reception rooms.
See our extensive list of Memphis, Tennessee wedding venues, reception facilities and other exciting wedding locations. Whether you're planning an outdoor wedding for 30 or a formal dinner reception for 300, your venue should provide the right atmosphere for your celebration.
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Southern charm and unique history are key components of Memphis’ background and present-day personality – as well as an inherent part of one particular aspect of the city’s wedding industry, its venues. read more
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Your wedding day is one of the most important days in your life – and one of the days that you’ll spend the most time preparing for. However, with all the busy-ness of a wedding day agenda, we’ll admit that there’s a chance you might not remember everything that goes on around you. Which is precisely why having a photographer, or videographer, who knows you and what you want and can focus on capturing moments for you to look back on is so incredibly important. read more