Yes, you can have your ceremony at Mirror Lake and the Longerberger Alumni house is nice too.
I've also heard some couples having their ceremonies at the Browning Ampitheatre (and it's free!).
We're looking for an indoor (our wedding is in April) place to have our ceremony near the OSU area, since we are having our reception at the OSU Golf Club. This is a little more difficult because if you get married at the OSU Alumni house or the Blackwell, you have to have the reception there.
We are actually getting married in three weeks at the Browning Amphitheatre. And it is absolutely free. Another place you can have your reception is the OSU Faculty Club.
I had my ceremony & reception at the Faculty Club. Great location. Good luck & have fun!
Thanks so much. By "ceremony at mirror lake" do you mean right by it or at the amphitheater?
I know you can book at the Faculty Club and the Fawcett Center. I don't know about anywhere else. I know I've seen people taking pics around campus and we defiantly took some on the oval for my friends wedding.
you can get in to take pictures on the football field...everyone around there is really nice about it...just on on Saturday's in the fall of course.
i went to a friends wedding where the reception was held in the hunnington club in the shoe. we took our pictures on the field it was awesome
Actually you can have a Ceremony only at the Longaberger Alumni House. They can do 200 people theater style in their Sanders Grand Lounge.
this is the website to ohio state's facilities dept about any space which can be rented for weddings or events:
it is a PDF file and it takes a long time to load, so be patient...it's over 20 pages long! I'm actually looking at the Huntigton Club myself, my boyfriend and I met at OSU...I was looking at the Faculty Club, but this is much cooler and about the same price!
Has anyone had their wedding at the Browning Ampitheatre at OSU? I was wondering who you contacted to get information about it? Also I was wondering how you did the ceremony-since there really isn't an isle way for the bride and bridal party to walk down. Any info would be greatly appreciated!
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