Ceremony & Reception

American Sign Museum Weddings


Nothing makes your wedding day simpler than having both your ceremony and reception right in the same space.

 

How it Works:

This one-stop-shop approach to your wedding is easy. Your guests arrive for the ceremony, find their seats, and off you go. Once you are happily pronounced, your guests enjoy a music filled cocktail hour with tasty appetizers and drinks. Our expert staff set off turning your ceremony space into a dining hall. Your guests never get in the way, and that crazy uncle won’t need to lend a hand. Once the space is ready and the tables set, your guests come back into a completely changed room ready to dig into the main course. At the end of the night, head off without a care in the world, cleaning and breaking down the room is again handled by our staff.

Capacity:

The capacity for a reception and ceremony can depend on the layout of your dinning space. For a maximum, we can accommodate up to 175 people.

Food:

All food is provided by one of our amazing partner caterers. With some of the best food options to pick from in the region, you know your guests will be talking about your wedding for years to come. Different styles, and budgets, are available.

Wedding Reception - Head Table • 

Floor Plan

Floor Plan (309.92 KB)

This floor plan is the go-to for wedding receptions.  Stations, bar, DJ, and dining all surrounded by historic signs from years gone by.  This is by far the most common layout for receptions.

Wedding Reception - Sweetheart Table • Download Floor Plan

This is another common reception layout with the bride and groom at their own sweetheart table.  This floor plan also shows that space set up for a seated dinner with music, a bar, and other tables set up throughout the museum.

Wedding Ceremony - Mail Pouch Barn Wall • Download Floor Plan

The museum is able to host both your ceremony and your reception.  This floor plan is the most common layout for ceremonies with your guests facing you getting married next to the iconic Mail Pouch barn wall.