Historic Weddings at Meadow Brook
Celebrate your wedding at a National Historic Landmark. Meadow Brook Hall was the former home of the Dodge Brothers Motor Car Company heiress Matilda Dodge Wilson and her second husband Alfred Wilson. The Hall represents one of the finest examples of Tudor-Revival architecture in America. It’s especially renowned for its superb craftsmanship and architectural detailing. From a complimentary wedding coordinator to concierge-level service, our experienced staff will help you design the historic wedding of your dreams. No place makes a statement like Meadow Brook.
Why Choose the Hall for Your Historic Wedding?
Book your museum wedding at Meadow Brook Hall and here’s what you can expect:
- Great American Estate: Our historical legacy will amaze your guests. They will walk and dine among fine art, rare decorative arts and stunning architectural craftsmanship.
- Exclusive Use: Our exclusive rental option guarantees privacy and intimacy along with the complete focus of our experienced staff.
- Complimentary Tours: Your guests may choose to take an informal tour of the home so they can see up close and personal how the automotive aristocracy truly lived.
- Like No Other: Rest assured that your museum wedding at Meadow Brook will be like no other event you or your guests have experienced. Isn’t that what it’s all about?
- Individualized Attention: Our priority is to ensure that you and your guests are our guests. Our experienced events management team takes care of the details so you can relax and enjoy your celebration.
- Supporting a National Historic Landmark: The revenue generated from your historic wedding helps to support the preservation and interpretation of this great American estate.
Historic Wedding Experience
The Hall’s expansive collection will provide you and your guests with insight into local history that has had international impact, making this estate, with its family archives and original furnishings, unlike any place you have seen before
- A tour of the Hall will take your guests on a journey through time.
- Stained glass window insets, elaborately carved plaster ceilings and ceramic art tile come together to create a warm and welcoming interior.
- The unique features of the home reflect the opulence of the country estate era, including a two-story ballroom with built-in movie theater, three kitchens, hidden doors and a secret staircase.
The Christopher Wren Dining Room
Your museum wedding dining experience takes place in the breathtaking Christopher Wren Dining Room. Giuseppe Corrado Parducci, the renowned Detroit sculptor, designed and articulated the elaborate plaster ceiling after 18th century designs by Christopher Wren, the champion of the Neo-Classical period. Though styled after the work of this architect, the final result is completely unique.
- After mingling on the main level of Meadow Brook Hall during Cocktail Hour, dinner chimes will call your guests into the Christopher Wren Dining Room for a spectacular seated meal.
- The room can seat 100 guests, 94 in the main room and an additional 6 in the connected, chinoiserie-style Breakfast Nook.
- Your guests will be blown away by the intricate plaster ceiling, detailed woodwork, and sophistication of this room
Most successful events begin with a great menu and great food … and great menus and great food always begin with the people preparing them. Meadow Brook employs a nationally renowned and expansive full-service catering operation, rated four-stars for both quality of food and service. The Executive Chef and assistants apply signature touches on classic favorites.
Kosher catering is also available.