Why we love the wedding industry

Posted December 2, 2014

Before we opened in July, we had just started researching the wedding business and we could not believe how many quality vendors and friendly people we would come across. Jordan Bush was one of the first photographers to snap a couple photos of The Booking House and share them with us. We were so excited to see the photos from our Ribbon Cutting Event on his blog shortly after our opening. We have grown to become good friends with Jordan and he was even kind enough to post this endorsement on our Wedding Wire profile. Thanks Jordan!

“Everything about the Booking House is totally refreshing and exciting! For starters, it is a family owned & operated event venue. If you haven’t discovered it already, the Perrons are amazing to work with. They have a sincere, authentic approach and are genuinely interested in taking care of their guests. They are exceptionally welcoming, a lot of fun, easy to connect with, and very creative to work with. The space itself can accommodate more intimate gatherings of up to 100 or larger events up to 250. The two sided fireplace shared by the main rooms is an amazing centerpiece to both. When you enter the building and walk up the stairs, you’ll turn to enter the grand Rizzardi Room, and if it doesn’t take your breath away, it must be dark. The exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and recessed lighting of the renovated cigar warehouse make for an exquisite setting full of warm character. The Crow’s Nest above is another favorite: a cigar style lounge with huge leather furniture and a bar. There isn’t a venue I’ve photographed in seven years that has the atmosphere and soul of the Booking House, and very few are even comparable in quality. It’s easy to get everything setup with the assistance of an elevator, electrical outlets are conveniently located, and parking close by across the street. Every occasion I get to work with the Perrons at the Booking House is one I absolutely look forward to!”

Photography By Jordan Bush Photography

Photography By Jordan Bush Photography

© Jordan Bush 2014