Local Venues: The Signal

The Signal

 

First comes love, then comes marriage. And for many couples, being surround by family and friends in a fun environment is a priority.

 

Photos by Ryan Green

 

Starting on the morning of the big day, bridal parties have the opportunity to use any of the three backstage suites at The Signal to get ready. The wedding party will love being close to all of the photo opportunities downtown has to offer, and having a quick lunch delivered is a breeze. 

 

Bride and Groom standing by the bar at the signal talking to a groomsman

 

When it comes time for the I do’s, The Signal can easily accommodate a large crowd. The industrial chic venue can host a ceremony in the main room or on the stage. With an open floor plan, it’s easy for a bride and groom to make the space their own and create décor and arrangements to suit their needs. 

 

Reception table with floral centerpiece at the signal

 

Transitioning to cocktail hour is effortless, and couples can use the lobby, outdoor patio, or a combination of the two. Perfect for watching the sun set over the city, the outdoor space is a great place for guests to indulge in conversation and get a breath of fresh air. 

 

wedding reception dinner table at the signal

 

Back in the main event space, the main room and stage can be utilized in a variety of ways, and couples also have access to the upstairs VIP balcony, which is complete with a bar. These spaces give guests plenty of room to spread out and enjoy food and drinks or dance the night away.

 

Bridal party table at the signal

 

Live entertainment is where The Signal truly shines, and couples can take advantage of the location’s concert-style production team and ability to host all of their family and friends in one place for a fun night to remember. 

 

Taco Bar at Wedding Reception at the Signal

 

Built-in bars on the main floor and a loading dock provide a level of ease for guests and vendors alike, and the venue is located on the city’s Southside for even more convenience. With plenty of nightlife and overnight accommodations a short walk or drive away, the fun never has to end.

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