We have had the privilege of working in so many amazing locations here in Indianapolis. Many of these have been private residences but there are several venues that are perfect for tented weddings. Here are a handful of locations in and around Indianapolis that are tent friendly!
Contact | Sheryl Babb
Phone | (317) 845-4265
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This private, colonial style home located in Fishers is the perfect location for an outdoor wedding ceremony and reception. During spring and fall, The Ambassador House can accommodate up to 250 guests in our 40’ x 100’ pole tent. For winter weddings, the facility can accommodate indoor weddings for up to 60 guests.
Contact | Geralyn Humphrey
Phone | (317) 628-0919
Email | email@example.com
Emerald Acres, a new barn venue located in Whitestown, is perfect for your rustic-chic wedding. When it comes to getting married at Emerald Acres the possibilities are endless with 14 acres of country meadows, a two-story barn and expansive scenic views.
There really is no place like home. Maybe it’s the house you grew up in, your parents lakeside retreat or the family farm – there’s nothing like tying the knot in the comfort of your own home. Let us know your what you envision and one of our trained Tent Specialists will conduct a site visit and prepare a formal custom quote just for you! For more tips on renting equipment for your wedding check out our previous post: Rental 101.
Contact | Shani Williams
Phone | (317) 714-9835
Email | firstname.lastname@example.org
Morgan Acres is a one-of-a-kind farmstead that consists of five manicured acres complete with barns, vineyard, brambles, orchard, pond and plenty of outdoor sites for special events. Several tent locations are available and multiple barns on the property offer a variety of backdrops for photography. The property remains a historically significant piece of Indiana history and is eligible for the Indiana Historic Registry.
Chung | Event Specialist & Social Media Coordinator for A Classic Party Rental
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