Go Behind the Scenes of Meeting House Grand Ballroom
The Meeting House Grand Ballroom is hidden gem within Downtown Plymouth. From eighteen foot high ceilings, ornate crown moldings, and a cozy fireplace – this venue is full of charm and is a great option to host your wedding day. But the true beauty of The Meeting House comes from the venue’s rich family history. Recently, members of the Mike Staff Productions team paid a visit to The Meeting House Grand Ballroom to give you a behind the scenes look to see if this venue, located down the street from Kellogg Park, is perfect fit for you.
- Historic charm & character
- Single event banquet hall
- Family owned
- Downtown atmosphere
- Accommodates up to 300 guests
- Certified culinary graduate chef
You’re about to meet Todd Osann, he and his wife Tracy have been the venues owners for the last five years. Prior to that, Todd’s aunt and uncle ran the Meeting House for 25 years and it was Todd’s grandparents who bought the building back 1964 and turned into the luxurious wedding venue it is today.
If that’s not enough, the very first wedding to ever take place at the Meeting House was Todd’s parents, Fred & Sheila Osann in 1965 and the rest is history. (How AMAZING are these photos, by the way!?)
From 1965 to 2018, weddings are what this family owned business do best. One of the major draws to the Meeting House; it’s a totally private wedding reception banquet hall – AKA – a ‘one stop shop’! Not only will you be the only wedding at the venue, but you can have your ceremony their, too! Can we please talk about the incredible twinkling, Czechoslovakian chandeliers? A romantic mood is also set to the tunes played on the black and white ivory keys of the baby grand piano. When it comes to dancing, the Meeting House has bragging rights – they have the biggest dance floor in the Plymouth, Canton, Northville area.