The Starline Factory Wedding in Harvard, Illinois was a low key yet elegant wedding. Felix and Fingers are no strangers to the Starline Factory since this was their 6th performance at this venue. Congratulations Gary and Terri!
Starline Factory Wedding Harvard
If you are searching for a unique and historical venue Felix and Fingers recommend the Starline Factory. This factory building is over 100 years old and is completely renovated. Are you thinking of holding your ceremony at the Starline Factory? Check out the Hunt Chapel. Envision yourself walking down the aisle in a traditional industrial setting. Here, your guests will be seated among ornately carved antique wooden pews. Additionally, a pipe organ dated from 1907 and a baby grand piano are equally neat instrumental choices.
The Starline Factory offers multiple reception spaces. The Ferris Room offers rail side views and connects to outdoor seating. Recycled industrial elements are placed throughout the Ferris Room for a rustic modern feel. 1883 is a bi-level room, intimate yet spacious enough for a small wedding, birthday or shower. Both floors contain salvaged and vintage items to add a gorgeous backdrop to your special event. Furthermore, The Helm Room holds wonderful industrial flair. Small plates and cocktails or an intimate seated dinner fit perfectly on this floor. Gary and Terri chose The Ferris Room for their reception and the Hunt Chapel was a beautiful setting for their Starline Factory wedding. If you would like to reserve a tour of the Starline Factory please click here.
Ragtime Piano and Great Friends
Our performers for Felix and Fingers this evening were Robert and Mike. We set up in a great space under an open stairway. This allowed us a full view of the room while being able to interact with a smaller wedding party. About 30-40 guests were in attendance. This made for a much more intimate event and an awesome attentive crowd! We would like to point out that the couple’s children served as their wedding party. This indeed made for some loving memories on an important special day. After a delicious buffet style dinner the crowd was ready to party. We just want to stop here and point out the wedding cake really caught our eye. The cake spelled out LOVE in musical symbols!
Music was the center of attention at the Starline Factory Wedding. In particular, the bride and groom are both musician’s and play the trumpet. Gary and Terri also had a friend who was an incredible ragtime pianist. Robert and Mike had a ton of FUN when this special guest sat in to play Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue by Art Landry and Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home by Patsy Cline. While guests left the bar to dance we played an appropriate Beer Barrel Polka mashup. As a matter of fact, there was a great music theme with this event and it was AWESOME!
Generally speaking, not many people have Sunday receptions. Low key ceremonies and receptions are the perfect scenario for a second marriage or senior couples looking to find love again. Sunday weddings are perfect for these options! Felix and Fingers would love to hear from you and play at your next special event. Send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here for further website information.
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