‘Altared’ Bliss – Ivy House

’Takes the guesswork out of planning your big day’
Aerial view of Ivy House exterior and green house. Courtesy photo.

With a whole host of comprehensive packages including everything from vendor sourcing and management to timeline creation and execution, Ivy House in Saugatuck takes the guesswork out of planning your big day. Not only does the luxurious venue offer a wide selection of in-house services, like décor rentals and catering, they even provide suggestions for local photographers, florists, and DJs they’ve partnered with. Ivy House also offers a myriad of ideas for lodging, local dining, and activities to help your guests make the most of their stay in Saugatuck.

Whether you want to get married in the spring with garlands of greenery or in December, surrounded by twinkling Christmas trees, Ivy House can make your wedding dreams a reality. Start by celebrating your love in the spacious greenhouse, which accommodates up to 300 people. Follow “I dos” with booze at the beautiful outdoor cocktail area and covered patio space.

Dinner is a chance to admire the spacious reception area with vaulted ceilings and elegant wood touches. The chandeliers are adorned with foliage to soften the space and bring a touch of the outdoors in, while drinks hand-picked by the in-house sommelier are served at the opulent bar.

With a picturesque property, hands-on planning assistance, and a wellspring of wedding expertise, the Ivy House is sure to create the wedding experience you’ve been waiting for.

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Ever since Pasha Shipp could talk, she's been dreaming up colorful stories. Fantasy creatures, mysterious kingdoms, enchanted forests, you name it. As she reached adulthood, she decided to take the magic out of her head and put it down on paper. Pasha has been writing for Grand Rapids Magazine since November 2015, and has loved every minute of it. She has a master's degree in Communication and a bachelor's degree in Film Studies from Grand Valley State University and Western Michigan University respectively. When she isn't daydreaming and writing stories for the magazine, she's exploring the many hidden treasures of Grand Rapids with her fiancé.