There are so many reasons to love Downtown Indianapolis wedding venues—the convenient location, the fabulous architecture, and the unique style. Whether you’re dreaming of marrying in a grand hotel, an on-trend industrial space, a historic library, or a modern event space, you’re sure to find your ideal spot among these wedding venues in Downtown Indianapolis.
Check out some of our favorite Downtown Indianapolis wedding venues and start planning your big day in the city.
Omni Severin Hotel
If you’re looking for a classic and elegant Downtown Indianapolis wedding venue that also offers luxe accommodations for your out-of-town guests, then this just might be your ideal wedding locale. The recently renovated Severin Ballroom and Lobby feature high ceilings, abundant natural light, crystal chandeliers, and can host events of up to 265 guests. The smaller Fisher Ballroom is also lovely, and can host more intimate weddings of up to 120 guests. In-house catering is provided by the highly-regarded 1913 Restaurant, and there are several wedding packages to choose from. And if you’re hosting a lot of out-of-towners, there are 424 well-appointed guest rooms, plus the newlywed couple will receive complimentary accommodations on their wedding night.
Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre Hotel
There’s nothing quite like a rooftop wedding venue in Downtown Indianapolis, allowing you and your guests to view the city from a totally unique perspective. At this hotel venue, the Rooftop Pool Deck can accommodate wedding ceremonies and features incredible views of Monument Circle. Enjoy your reception in the Panorama Ballroom, with its contemporary vibe, amazing views, and space for up to 170 guests, or the grand Meridian Ballroom, which can host up to 450 guests. This is an all-inclusive venue, with several wedding packages and menus to suit your style and taste. For added convenience, book your room block at this hotel so your guests can stay on premises, and there are also smaller event spaces where you can host your rehearsal dinner, shower, and other special events.
Indiana Roof Ballroom
For the couple with a flair for the dramatic, this Downtown Indianapolis wedding venue is housed in the Historic Repertory Theatre Building and can accommodate up to 1,200 guests for a totally unique and awe-inspiring event. The architecture replicates a European village with stucco facades, red-tiled roofs, and a second-story balcony. And for a romantic “wedding under the stars” feel, the 40-foot ceiling is decorated as a starry night sky complete with a crescent moon. This is an all-inclusive venue, and can provide catering, as well as event planning, rentals, lighting, and entertainment.
Though there are many outdoor wedding venues in the Indianapolis area, this unique venue allows you to have an outdoor-style wedding while fully protected from the elements. This seven-story glass-enclosed performance venue is an architectural wonder, and there’s a charitable element to hosting your wedding here—a portion of your rental fee supports the non-profit Arts Council of Indianapolis. This Downtown Indianapolis wedding venue can accommodate weddings of up to 250 guests.
If amazing views are on your must-have list for a wedding venue in Downtown Indianapolis, you should definitely check out this contemporary event space, which is located on the top floor of the Chase Tower and is the highest point in the city. D’Amore features 360-degree views of Downtown Indianapolis with its wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows. Whether you host your wedding during the daytime or at night, your guests will certainly be amazed by these incredible city views. This venue can host events of up to 600 guests, and in-house catering by the well-regarded Thomas Caterers of Distinction.
Industrial-chic wedding venues are so hot right now, and this Downtown Indianapolis wedding venue totally exudes that vibe. Built in 1908, INDUSTRY offers all of the features of an industrial wedding venue, including exposed brick, wood beams, ample open space, and more. This venue can accommodate up to 300 guests, and allows you the flexibility to select your own vendors to make your wedding day uniquely your own. INDUSTRY can also provide full event planning services and a photo booth.
The Cyrus Place
We love the historic and Old World vibe of this former church and event venue in Downtown Indianapolis. You’ll be wowed by the architectural details here, including the amazing stained glass windows, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and iconic red door (hello, amazing photo backdrop!). The two spaces are the Grand Hall, ideal for ceremonies, and the Main Hall, where wedding receptions typically take place. All told, the venue can host events for up to 200 guests, and there are getting-ready suites on site for all of your pre-wedding fun.
Located at the Historic Buggs Temple at the head of the Central Canal, this caterer-owned wedding venue in Downtown Indianapolis has an industrial, urban feel, with exposed brick, wood beams, chandeliers, and skyline views of the city. Ceremonies are typically held on the second floor, with receptions following on the first floor with its adjoining outdoor terrace, ideal for cocktail hour. This is an all-inclusive venue, with catering, rentals, and more as part of your wedding package.
Pipers at the Marott
This popular wedding venue in Downtown Indianapolis is ideal for weddings year-round, with its truly spectacular Atrium space. With its glass ceiling and indoor pond, the Atrium brings the outdoors in and is ideal for ceremonies of up to 280 guests. Receptions may be held in the Art Deco-style Crystal Room, with its marble floors, five chandeliers, and space for up to 160 guests, or the Grand Ballroom, which can host up to 300. This caterer-owned venue offers a variety of wedding packages to fit your style and budget.
Indianapolis Marion County & Public Library
This is the perfect wedding venue for bookworms. The two most popular spaces for weddings here are the glass-encased Atrium and the Simon Reading Room, which features two marble staircases, oak-paneled walls, and a mahogany dance floor. The smaller East Garden is best for more intimate events or as a lovely photo backdrop. The Library can accommodate weddings of up to 500 guests, and there is an in-house catering to streamline your planning process.
The Grand Hall at Historic Union Station
If incredible architecture is high on your list of wedding venue must-haves, this historic former train station and Romanesque Revival event space is truly a standout. The Grand Hall features high barreled ceilings, stunning archways, terrazzo floors, stained-glass wagon wheel windows, and can host up to 600 guests, while the smaller Illinois Street Ballroom, with its neutral palette and views of the city, can host up to 250. Located in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, this venue offers convenience for your out-of-town guests as they can stay on premises, as well. In-house catering is provided.
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