Several of our features include museums. We’re partial to them because they’re built to showcase subjects in the finest light possible. Whether highlighting art collections, displaying artifacts, projecting speakers, or hosting weddings, museums excel in putting that icing on the cake through a grand spotlight. So, if you’re looking for some added elegance and sophistication for you wedding, consider checking out some of the local museums. This week, we’re highlighting the National Museum of Women in the Arts. If you’re reading this with your other half, and he seems a little nervous…we’re here to reassure you both that this place is a phenomenal gem that engages both genders with its grandeur.

Versatile Functionality

We love this venue because its versatile functionality is hidden behind its shining beauty. Ornate chandeliers, arched windows with crown molding…beautiful staircases, and imperial columns (all in wedding-white) surround guests from all sides. Unlike some museums, the windows and height make it feel open, light, and spacious. The museum provides a full staff who is knowledgeable about the best creative vendors around. And they can accommodate your audiovisual needs! They’re also experienced in helping you make best use of the space for both large or intimate receptions. The museum includes four available spaces to accommodate the smallest group all the way up to 200 guests. All of them equally magnificent!

It also helps knowing that you make an impact when you tie the knot at the museum. You can feel good about what your budget is going to:

“With its collections, exhibitions, programs, and online content, the museum seeks to inspire dynamic exchanges about art and ideas. NMWA advocates for better representation of women artists and serves as a vital center for thought leadership, community engagement, and social change. NMWA addresses the gender imbalance in the presentation of art by bringing to light important women artists of the past while promoting great women artists working today.” -NMWA

Who knew your nuptials could help inspire others?! It’s a win-win for sure! Be sure to reach out to our team for more information on this venue and how we can help preserve your memories through photojournalism. We’d love to chat with you!

What a stunning venue the National Museum of Women in the Arts truly is. If you’re interested in something with versatile functionality, this is your spot!


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