Feature Vendor: The Masonic Temple
THE MASONIC TEMPLE HAS ROOM FOR YOU
For those who are looking to experience rich history and grandeur in the city of Detroit, just make the short drive to the corner of Cass Avenue and Temple. There you will find the home of The Masonic Temple, proclaimed to be the largest building of its kind in the world.
As a staple in Detroit, The Masonic Temple was built in the 1926 and serves as the home for the Masonic Fraternity. The architecture of this multi-functional complex was designed by George Mason and Company. The ritualistic artifact embellished building includes three theatres, a chapel, multiple lodge rooms, a Shrine building, a 17,500-square foot drill hall, two ballrooms, and much more. In total, there are 1037 rooms in the massive edifice which has 16 floors and stretches 210 feet tall.
Over the years, the Masonic Temple has hosted countless musicals, theatrical performances, landmark events, and prominent dignitary appearances. Although these are impressive, a wedding at The Masonic Temple is by far the most memorable. For the couple who want to make a lasting impression, The Masonic Temple delivers. Whether a small wedding of 50 or a gathering of 1400, the facility has room and can accommodate the most fastidious client.
What makes this venue unique, besides the obvious, is its flexibility. The venue does not have a required service-provider vendor list that couple must select from. But don’t be dismayed, because the venue does work with acclaimed preferred catering services to accommodate client’s catering needs. Secondly, since the venue is Downtown, couples and their guests can experience the heartbeat of Detroit. Lastly, the customer service provided by the staff is exemplary and with some room rental beginning as low as $1700 (based on the type of room and day of the week of the event), The Masonic Temple is a venue definitely worth exploring as a wedding venue option.
Event Manager, Melanie Matics, invites interested couples to schedule a walk-through to experience The Masonic Temple for themselves. Couples wishing to reserve the popular ballrooms and chapel are encouraged to book their rooms up to a year in advance.
For those who are planning their wedding on a budget and are open to having their event on days other than a Fridays or Saturdays, Matics says that they have rooms available Sunday through Thursday with no minimum price requirements.
If you are interested in learning more about The Masonic Temple or want to schedule a walk-through tour, contact Melanie Matics at 313-832-7100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.