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Looking for a reception location that allows outside catering in the metro detroit area.
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If the reason you are looking for a reception hall that allows outside catering is because you have a specific caterer in mind, they should be able to give you a list of venues they commonly work with. It has been my experience so far that most halls (especially the nice ones) provide their own catering. You could always do it in a park or someone’s backyard, though.
I’m actually looking for the same thing myself. You’re going to have to think outside of regular reception and banquet halls. Think of places that aren’t traditionally used for such an occasion. It could be a publicly owned space like a park or an enclosed space at a park.
Depending on how creative you are , you could also look into The Parade Company (http://www.theparade.org ). They have a large open space that they rent for corporate events that can be transformed into a reception space with some nice decorations.
You could shop around with a realtor for a house that the owner is willing to lease for a day. With so many homes for sale and lease these days, I doubt you’d have trouble finding something. Find one that’s big and historical with beautiful architecture. Maybe it’ll even sit on enough land for you to have the reception in the backyard.
I haven’t quite yet decided what I’m going to do yet, but I hope these ideas at least help you spark a few of your own.
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