This elegant three story mansion provides a unique backdrop to any wedding or reception. Sixteen foot ceilings, a grand staircase, Tiffany lamps and polished antiques make The Brennan House a Historical Wedding Reception Venue for intimate gatherings in Louisville Kentucky. With gazebo and cast iron fountain, your garden ceremony will be the wedding of your dreams. A large tulip magnolia tree provides the shade and you provide the romance for a picture-perfect Wedding Ceremony & Reception. Under a tent in autumn or glistening in the summer sun, your wedding will be an event to be remembered. The garden is in flower during spring, summer, and fall months. Dance floors can be accommodated on the veranda or in the garden. Weddings and Receptions at The Brennan House can be as large as 150. Bridal showers, Baby Showers, Luncheons, Rehearsal Dinners and Parties are well-suited for the interior of the home.
The Brennan House Staff is happy to assist you in arranging the details of your special wedding reception. Our Staff can provide helpful information specific to the site and past events/vendors.
Need more information or would like speak with someone? Please fill out our Reservation Request Form, email us at email@example.com.
Tables and Chairs Provided:
- 75 white wooden folding chairs
- (6) 6' rectangular tables
- (1) 5' rectangular table
- (5) 5' round tables
- (9) 36" cocktail tables, adjustable in height
- Dining Room: 25'2" x 15'11"
- Dining Room Table: 8' x 4'
- Parlor: 15'6" x 35'11"
- Saturday $1200 for a 6 hour rental period
- Friday & Sunday $1000 for a 6 hour rental period
- Monday-Thursday evenings $500 for a 6 hour rental period
- Monday-Friday 8am-5pm $150 per hour with a 3 hour minimum
- Ceremony ONLY $400 (3 hours)
Catering is not restricted to a specific list; renters are free to choose their own catering and/or food service.
The Brennan's antique 9' grand piano may be utilized, however, tuning is the responsibility of the renting party.
Alcohol may be consumed, but not sold, on the property.
RENTERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL BY THEIR GUESTS.
If alcohol is served, the person serving must be a licensed bartender or have liquor liability insurance.
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