Marriage & Motherhood
Wedding Planning Advice
With all of the events I've had the pleasure of being a part of for over a decade...I have so many experiences to share with you! While here, you may find inspiration for your wedding day, corporate function or the things I like to get into when I'm not planning like a BOSS!
Today we’re taking a trip to the museum district to take a look at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFAH) where corporate functions of various sizes and weddings seeking a non-traditional path come to host events.
There are of course options that include a chapel or you can see it is made for banquet tables, but the MFAH offers unique elements like the Ideson Library we visited that can be really unexpected and also heighten the guest experience!
And for a good cause too. When you entertain in partnership with the MFAH you simultaneously support the Museum’s exhibitions, programs, and community outreach as well.
If you are having trouble finding an option that works for your next event – the MFAH has FIVE spaces for you to choose from for your next event.
|Space||Reception Capacity||Seated Dinner Capacity|
|Caroline Wiess Law Building||1000||350|
|Audrey Jones Beck Building||350||150|
|Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens||82||60|
|Brown Auditorium Theater||350|
(fixed seated lecture)
Because the museum has a community of spaces at different locations available, the pricing varies by space as well. For more information please contact their event team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What I love about this venue:
The Museum of Fine Arts offers so much versatility with its array of spaces and weekly Happy Hour Thursdays that allow your group to gather weekly from 5 to 8 p.m. to enjoy refreshments and explore the museum with free admission and parking.
The Museum of Fine Arts is a space that allows you to have unique event space and bring in your own vendors. Bringing in your own vendors means that you can make your event more your own as well which is always a plus!
To schedule a tour with this venue, send a request to email@example.com or call 713.639.7754.
And for more information, visit the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
Now that you are more informed about The options the Museum of Fine Arts Houston has for you, do you feel you may need some help conducting a tour? If so check out my post on what questions to ask or give me a call.
Photos courtesy of MFAH. I do not own the rights to these images.