The most memorable weddings I’ve been to were not the ones held in hot, echoing churches or the ones in over air-conditioned hotels.
They were the weddings that took place outside in a garden where the couple kissed under a grape arbor, the one in my own backyard as the train went by a few doors down, and the ones in a small unique spaces that are meaningful to the couple.
Don’t have a cookie cutter wedding you could replicate in a magazine. This will be one of the most important days of your life, so make your wedding unique by holding it at a small wedding venue.
Why would you even consider choosing an unconventional location for your special day?
It’s something different that will make your wedding stand apart from any others.
Smaller, off-the-beaten track spaces are generally more affordable (so you can spend more money of that open bar).
You create a private, focused atmosphere that hones in on the beautiful ceremony alone rather than any outside distractions that might come from using a bigger venue.
An intimate wedding space is perfect when you want to hold the ceremony for close friends and family members.
A boutique wedding gets rid of any religious pressures you might have when choosing a religiously-oriented venue.
Smaller venues offer the local neighborhood charm and allow you to have a close, supportive connection with management so, together, you can craft the ceremony you’ve spent your whole life dreaming of.
If you’re getting married in Chicago, consider choosing Free Range Office for your boutique wedding venue.
Normally a coworking space, Free Range transforms seamlessly into an event space for baby showers, wedding showers, parties, and weddings. Once the loft of a millionaire, this unconventional space has a warm aesthetic of wood floors and wide windows that look out onto the hip, tree-filled neighborhood of Wicker Park.
It’s easy to get to, offers catering connections, and has the best event organizing team this side of the river.
So give Free Range a chance to make your special day extraordinary.