Weddings & Ceremonies

Ways to Ceremony

How to set up your ceremony in our space

All eyes on you. Time to set the stage. It all starts with the ceremony. The ceremony seating layout is the of the first things your guest will see when arriving to your big day. With so many ways to make a statement, here are some of our favorite ways to ceremony @ Glass House.

The Standard

Up against our west wall is one of the most popular choices among couples for ceremony seating. Utilizing our mobile walls as a stunning backdrop, couples will decorate this layout with floral down the aisle, an installation on the walls, or sprucing up with our in-house plants. 

This ceremony set up is best for guests counts 250 or less and is paired with the gorgeous wood door entrance! 

Weddings: Ali and Ben / Becky and Adam
Photographer: Sarah Ascanio

The Ring

If you are looking for a unique ceremony set-up, try a round ceremony. This ceremony set-up places you directly under the Hennepin Made Foliole lights creating an intimate, warm and engaging ceremony. Talk about memorable! Best for guest counts 150 and less to allow each of your guests the best seat in the house! Enter through the stunning atrium and say hello to the next chapter.  

Wedding: Megan and Andrew

The Garage

Couples love the garage door for multiple aspects of your day- including ceremonies! The Garage ceremony set up allows for a more modern-industrial look and feel. Walk down the aisle under the Hennepin Made lights and find the love of your life at the end. This setup is best for guest counts 200 and less. Stand in front of the black industrial garage door or have a mobile wall behind you. 

Wedding: Maddie and Michael

The Angle

For bright location in the Holden Room, you will love The Angle. This ceremony seating layout can be paired with a mobile wall and offerings optimal lighting under our large windows! This setup is best for smaller weddings with a guest count of 180 or less. 

Weddings: Lauren and Michael / Maggie and John

Photographers: Aline Photo Co. / Sarah Ascanio Photography


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