Aside from having a baby, a marriage is the most important event in a couple’s life together. Everyone wants that special day to be a truly memorable moment, however most wedding receptions are held in the same old, tired settings. We’ve all been to the neighborhood tavern hall and elegant ballroom receptions and once you been to enough they all tend to blend together. Well, if you really want to make a lasting impression on your guests with your venue selection, come check out The Eisner American Museum of Advertisement and Design. This revamped 26,000 square foot warehouse building, which holds up to 650 people or 300 sit-down, is located in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward.
While The Eisner has a very trendy, modern appeal to it, the building has managed to maintain it classy charm with all of the original structural designs and beautiful hard wood floors. The open two level design creates a spacious, yet cozy atmosphere where onlookers can gaze at others shaking their groove thing on the dance floor below. For those that don’t dance, the Museum’s displays of contemporary and historical achievements in advertisements will be sure to provide enough conversation pieces to last throughout the night.
Traditional weddings are fine and dandy, but if you’re looking to break the mold The Eisner is the place to be. Unique is the word most often used when couples are asked to describe their ideal wedding reception and with The Eisner being the only museum of its kind in the country, nothing can be more unique than that.