Located in Kansas City, Missouri, the Loose Mansion offers couples a sophisticated and historic wedding venue. They have a plethora of rooms to choose from, all carefully restored to reflect the mansion’s original awe-inspiring charm. Additionally, the manor’s dedicated team can help ensure that the experience of celebrating here is as enjoyable as gazing at the stunning edifice.
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In this mansion, which was constructed for entertaining, Loose Mansion can host weddings in a variety of sizes up to 400 guests. No matter the space, the architecture is beautifully restored throughout the estate. Rich wood molding decorates the walls and lacy chandeliers hang from the ceilings. Magnificent and tasteful, the entrance is marked by a marble foyer followed by a grand foyer. Among the many rooms and spaces, there is the Parlour, the Outdoor Portico Deck, multiple salons, and a ballroom.
At the Loose Mansion, a team of experts can help you organize your entire wedding day, assisting with details such as the design and timeline. They also have decor options that you can take advantage of and their team can help with setup and breakdown. Cuisine can be provided and is cooked on site to ensure fresh flavors and high quality. These services are a part of their all-inclusive bundle. Ceremony packages include music, dressing rooms, and sound equipment.
Accommodation is available in the Carriage House, which spans 2,200-square-feet. The upstairs once housed the full-time staff and the bottom floor was where the Loose family kept their Packard Limousine. The bed and breakfast has two suites and five bedrooms where couples and their guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast. The rooms feature traditional-style furniture that preserves the overall authentic aesthetic of the estate.
This historic mansion was originally erected in 1907 by Jacob Loose for his beloved Ella. The two were known to be deeply in love and to demonstrate grand displays of their affection for one another. An example of this can be seen in the ‘S’ carved throughout the grand staircase, an homage to Jacob’s nickname for Ella, Sunshine.
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Abbey is Loose Mansion’s General Manager, and is the initial contact for couples who inquire about the mansion. Abbey has worked for Loose Mansion in some capacity since its beginning! She loves connecting with couples during the sales process and hearing about their story and plans. You’ll find Abbey and all of our staff at Loose Mansion to be extremely knowledgeable about events, quickly responsive and dedicated to making sure our couples enjoy stress-free planning and amazing wedding days!
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I love photographing weddings at Loose Mansion! My couples always have a great experience, the food is out of this world, and you could not ask for a more beautiful space to have a ceremony and reception.
Loose Mansion is one of the most beautiful venues in Kansas City. The upstairs suites have ample room to accommodate bridal parties and all of my hair and makeup kits! Thank you for a great experience!
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