In the heart of beautiful downtown Redlands, in a building that is over 100 years old, sits a unique little wedding venue in a historic loft that will bring you back to the 1920’s. With gorgeous hard wood floors, time specific chandeliers, the original prohibition light and speakeasy door, it’s sure to be love at first sight!
Whether you and your fiance are planning a “Gatsby” affair, feeling shabby chic, or are keeping it classic like we did in our most recent photo shoot, this venue is sure to meet your every need.
The Columbia room was the last building built in the first block of E. State St. Perfect for your ceremony or cocktail hour, this room is decorated with one of the most beautiful brick and mortar walls I have ever seen. This wall dates back to the inception of downtown Redlands; over 100 years ago! In addition, the three large double hung windows allow for vibrant light to flood the room, making for AMAZING photos throughout the celebration. We were thrilled with the photos we were able to capture from our setup in the Columbia room.
As we made our way into the Ballroom, our hearts skipped a beat. Vaulted ceilings, Edison lights, the original ceiling fans, a red prohibition light, wood wainscoting – who wouldn’t want to celebrate their most memorable day right here? Whether you sit down to dinner with your closest friends and family members or enjoy an intimate slow dance with your beloved, this ballroom was made for a good time.
This photo shoot was a HUGE success, and it’s all thanks to the amazing team of wedding professionals who came together to make it happen! These people are some of my favorite to work with and I would highly suggest them for your upcoming wedding. You can see more of their work at the links below.
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