On WeddingWire since 2020
The Loft at Passyunk is a charming wedding venue located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This modern industrial-style loft will add an extra layer of urban chic to your celebrations. The double-level area offers ample space for your event. This blank canvas can be styled however you want for your ceremony, cocktail hour and reception. The low ceilings and exposed metal beams give the space an almost rustic brutalism that adds a unique touch to the space. The quaint surrounding streets also offer many photo opportunities to get those cherished memories to last a lifetime.
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This vibrant and versatile space can host a party of up to 288 guests. The two-storey area can be set up for both the ceremony and the reception. Towards the end of the evening, the space can be transformed into a dance floor. The outdoor patio also adds extra space. With its bistro-style lighting and retro brick bar, the venue is the gift that keeps on giving.
This is a food truck-only venue, so you may choose from a selection of preferred suppliers that the venue works with regularly or speak to management if you wish to bring in an alternative caterer. They also work with a number of wedding planning companies, but you are also free to discuss bringing in your own planner. Celebrate your union with this uniquely stunning venue as the backdrop.
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