PLANNING YOUR GREEN BUILDING WEDDING
Engaged? Congratulations! You probably have a million questions about what’s next, and that’s OK. We recommend you start by visiting the following pages:
Already have a date in mind? See if it’s available on our Calendar.
Check out what’s included in your venue rental when you book your wedding at the Green Building
Ooh! and Ahh! over our Featured Weddings for inspiration and guidance
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Take a deep dive into our FAQs
Ready to chat? Fill out our inquiry form and one of our team members will be back in touch shortly to answer your questions and/or to schedule a tour.
Plan Your Visit
Think the Green Building could be the one and ready to see us in person? The next step is to schedule a visit to our space, either via private tour or by attending an open house. All tours are by appointment only; please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule yours. It’s a good idea to allocate at least half an hour to tour the space, take photos, and ask any questions that come up.
Our open houses are also great way to view the space, especially after the sun goes down! Stop by anytime during the evening, grab a glass of wine (or a cocktail) from the bar, meet some of our favorite vendors (or as we like to call them, friendors!), and see the venue in action. After you book, open houses are also a great time to pop in with your friends, family, planner, or other vendors to brainstorm florals, decor and the flow of your day. We just ask that you RSVP so we know how many bottles to pop.
Ready to Book?
Once you’ve selected a date, we’ll draft a contract for your review. We require a 50% deposit of the Venue Rental Fee plus a Security Deposit at the time of signing. After that, it’s time to start making some fun decisions, like whether to serve cake or pie (or cheesecake!), band vs. DJ (or both!), which traditions you’ll hold onto and which ones you’ll toss, and more. While we are not wedding planners, we’ve seen a ton of great ideas (and some not-so-great ones!) and we are happy to answer questions or recommend vendors along the way.