The Millhouse Venue is a historic wedding venue in Rigby, Idaho. Originally built in the early 20th century, this property offers a rustic indoor space for couples to enjoy their first day as newlyweds. Its blend of original structures and modern renovations can give guests a visually-rich space to create their dream event.
Facilities and Capacity
Ideal for couples that want a blank canvas to design their ceremony and reception, The Millhouse Venue’s main ballroom area boasts approximately 3000 square feet of space. Guests will enter this event room through the custom double front door, which also makes for an eye-catching photo backdrop. The interior features the original brick from its original construction, with modern windows to cover celebrations in plenty of natural light. Couples and their guests can dine and mingle on the polished concrete floor, which adds an industrial-chic aesthetic to the space. Its exposed wooden beams and ceiling trusses can be easily decorated to match any theme you prefer. You and your wedding party can use the in-house dressing suite, which features large mirrors and plush lounge furniture for you to prepare in luxury. Your caterers can use the in-house kitchen and prep area to ensure your favorite dishes are ready to enjoy.
Wooden tables and black metal chairs can be provided, to accommodate up to 140 guests during reception dinners. You will also have the option for the team’s custom-made wooden hexagonal arch, to add a bucolic touch to your ceremony. Their high-quality sound system, portable speakers, and wireless microphone are available, to ensure all your guests can enjoy your heartfelt speeches and announcements. From large celebrations to intimate gatherings, this versatile setting can make your romantic day one to remember.
The Millhouse Venue was originally built in 1919 by the Beet Growers Sugar Company. By 1924, the building was used to store sugar beet trucks that were part of the Rigby Sugar Mill. The mill’s 210-foot-high smokestack can still be seen in the venue’s backdrop, to remind visitors of a bygone era.
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