This weekend marks the opening of Henry Ford Museum’s much-anticipated Driving America – the world’s premier automotive exhibition.
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that in private events planning we’ve been busy dreaming up ways to incorporate elements of the amazing 80,000-square-foot exhibition in creating special private events at the museum. So here’s a look at our top three fun spots for wedding parties using elements of Driving America …
We’re as eager to offer desserts in Lamy’s Diner as most visitors to the museum are to (at long last!) dine there. The diner is situated right off the Museum Plaza. This 1946 roadside eatery will be a great place to serve up some good old nostalgia with its Faygo float station and our celebrated Downtown Desserts (like Sanders Hot Fudge cream puffs).
The Car Court – right in the heart of the exhibit – will offer a quiet retreat for party guests. Comfortable couches and side tables create an intimate lounge setting that just happens to be surrounded by some of the world’s most significant automobiles and artifacts.
Many couples often prepare a video slideshow sharing their life and love story with guests. Now, with the oh-so-cool Drive-in Theater, there’s a perfect spot for wedding goers to take a seat and enjoy a trip down memory lane.
The state-of-the-art theater seats almost one hundred folks.
We’re just gearing up for all the exciting ways to celebrate love and weddings, Driving America-style. We can’t wait to work with future brides and grooms in creating more of the awesome memories that can only be made at The Henry Ford.