Showers. The party before the party. Baby showers. Bridal showers. I don't quite get "Jack & Jill" showers because it's like "Wedding Lite" or "pre-gaming" but they're also quite popular. We get a lot of calls to reserve a pavilion for a shower. A lot. While weather pending, it's a great way to spend the day outside and bring in the sunshine. Unfortunately, Mother Nature doesn't always shine on these outdoor events and it can be a bit frustrating. You'd think as a mother she would understand the importance. But that being said, how can you control that in a park? Welcome to the Harden House Museum.
Most people think of museums as marble buildings with vast open spaces and one small painting behind velvet ropes. What if you could go behind the ropes and shrink the building so that it would be a cozy setting? Couches and chairs from the 1940's and paintings you can look at closely. A beautiful love story to the building, the property and the people who gave their home as a museum. THEN, what if this beautiful museum sat along a waterfall with a patio so that you had outdoor and indoor access so that you can enjoy BOTH aspects in one day?
So many people do not know what Harden House Museum is, or what it HAS for the people in this area. As an affordable location, we have hosted more and more weddings on the grounds, but so many brides have said "I wish we knew about the house for the shower!" We are now booking baby and bridal showers here in the museum. For 20-50 people it's a gorgeous location to introduce an element if style, history and nostalgia. Elegance and class mixed with a serene view of the falls makes Harden House Museum the true hidden gem of shower venues. Large halls that hold 200 people end up displaying a lot of empty space.
As beautiful as this location is for a large or small weddings on the grounds, the museum is intimate, classic and truly unique for your next shower. Give us a call and set up a time for a tour. THIS is the new hot spot for all things shower.
Arielle Barker (Current)