Searching for Unique Wedding Reception Locations in Toma

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Searching for Unique Wedding Reception Locations in Toma

Postby Lizzy01 » Sun Mar 19, 2006 8:49 pm

Greetings all!

I recently got engaged and have just started my search for the perfect wedding reception site. I'm looking at different locations all over the place (literally) and my ultimate goal is to find a unique indoor/outdoor reception site that would accommodate around 250 people. A few ideas I have: an interesting barn which could be "spruced up" for a dinner and dance, a historic home, a beautiful resort, a secret spot on one of the areas many lakes, etc. I'm really open to all suggestions! Any ideas would really be appreciated. My fiancé and I want to do something "different." Does Tomahawk have any options? Thanks!

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Re: Searching for Unique Wedding Reception Locations in Toma

Postby Elna09 » Sat Jun 21, 2014 3:00 am

My husband and I have decided to renew our wedding vows on occasion of our 25th anniversary. I am looking for an outdoor wedding renewal venue for a small (just with very close members of my family) but luxurious celebration. Please help.

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Re: Searching for Unique Wedding Reception Locations in Toma

Postby KEN » Sat Jun 21, 2014 5:25 pm

I`ve always enjoyed staying here ! :) High Point Village

It might work for you. :wink:

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Re: Searching for Unique Wedding Reception Locations in Toma

Postby mrbrowns » Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:34 am

The High Point Village is a really nice spot with great owners and a lot of nice amenities, not to mention the awesome coffee and food at Hill of Beans. The place is already set up for weddings. If you were thinking a bit more "out of the box," I would also suggest trying Bradley Park or the Muskellunge Resort out on Lake Alice. Both beautiful areas with plenty of space.
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Re: Searching for Unique Wedding Reception Locations in Toma

Postby mrbrowns » Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:34 am

mrbrowns wrote:The High Point Village is a really nice spot with great owners and a lot of nice amenities, not to mention the awesome coffee and food at Hill of Beans. The place is already set up for weddings. If you were thinking a bit more "out of the box," I would also suggest trying Bradley Park or the Muskellunge Resort out on Lake Alice. Both beautiful areas with plenty of space.
Happy anniversary!
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Re: Searching for Unique Wedding Reception Locations in Toma

Postby KEN » Wed Jun 25, 2014 2:49 pm

HIGHPOINT VILLAGE seems the perfect place to get married , or to renew your vows.

Beautiful, Peacefull, and photogenic :wink:

Especially in October with the fall colors! :shock:

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Re: Searching for Unique Wedding Reception Locations in Toma

Postby Renee class of '80 » Thu Jun 26, 2014 2:23 pm

I always loved the Apostle Islands, Ashland-Bayfield area, and also Copper Falls. A bit north of Tomahawk, but very beautiful.


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