Category Archives: Venue Spotlight

Venue Spotlight: Westmoor Country Club!

The stately Westmoor Country Club sits proudly in its English Tudor splendor across from the hustle and bustle of Brookfield Square. Conveniently located near hotels and shopping, the club started way back in 1925. Since then, it’s quietly made a name for itself in the community with an impressive premier club status. It boasts an 18-hole…

Venue Spotlight: The Seeboth!

Located in the trendy and busy neighborhood of Historic Walker’s Point, the Seeboth Building is not without a good story of its own. It seems almost pre-destined to be a wedding venue as a former lace factory in the 1880s. It continued its love affair with lace and established the space as a wedding venue…

Venue Spotlight: Harley-Davidson Museum!

The Harley-Davidson Museum opened its doors in 2008 and in true Harley fashion, it’s been a household name and a must go to spot for visitors and events alike. Fortunately for its guests, they’ve been hosting events since the start and have only steadily increased their ability to accommodate whatever your dream is – indoor…

Venue Spotlight: The Delafield Hotel

Built in 1995 as a warehouse for the Lange Company, the Delafield Hotel’s beginnings weren’t nearly as glam as they are now. Fast forward 11 years later and the 4 diamond luxury hotel was born. Equipped with a cool but comfortable decor and the fantastic restaurant I.d., the hotel is a remarkable option for any…

Vendor Spotlight: Milwaukee Athletic Club!

Venue with a beautiful rooftop & downtown location The Milwaukee Athletic Club was started by a group of people that got together as a club and built the beautiful downtown building in 1917 from the ground up. The original purpose was for house club functions – like social gatherings, athletic events, and a hotel space and…

Venue Spotlight: Black Swan!

Venue Spotlight: Black Swan! Black Swan once referred to a Grafton wedding venue. Present day, it’s known as the elegant Renaissance Building in Milwaukee’s Third Ward. It was built in 1896 but never used for anything other than storage. A stunning but underappreciated space caught Peter and his son, Stephen’s eye and so they took…

Venue Spotlight: Milwaukee Art Museum!

Venue Spotlight: Milwaukee Art Museum! The Quadracci Pavilion of the Milwaukee Art Museum was completed in 2001 and designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Highlights of the building include the magnificent cathedral-like space of Windhover Hall, with a vaulted a 90-foot-high glass ceiling; the Burke Brise Soleil (the wings!), a moveable sunscreen with a…

Venue Spotlight: The Hyatt Regency!

Venue Spotlight: The Hyatt Regency! The Hyatt Regency has an old but memorable start. Before it was the Hyatt, it was the Hotel Gilpatrick, a short lived hotel on the same plot of land at the corner of Old World 3rd and Wells. In 1912, Teddy Roosevelt was staying at the hotel prior to making a speech…

Venue Spotlight: Milwaukee Public Museum!

Venue Spotlight: Milwaukee Public Museum! The Milwaukee Public Museum exhibits were once housed in the Milwaukee Central Library, but moved to the current 800 Wells Street location across the street in 1962. The original location began as the German-English Academy in Milwaukee in 1851 but its popularity caused it to expand over time to encompass a…