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Vanderbilt University

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About Vanderbilt University

Vanderbilt University has a regal wedding venue in Nashville, Tennessee that is situated on the gorgeous university campus. At the heart of Nashville, Vanderbilt University is conveniently located only minutes from downtown. This venue is suited for both wedding ceremonies and receptions, parties, and other special occasions since it has a versatile space that can be customized to fit your needs and style.

Facilities and Capacity
Vanderbilt University features regal architecture and a beautifully landscaped campus. This venue has several flexible options that can accommodate everything from small, intimate gatherings to large and lavish events. The Commodore Ballroom is the largest space and can be broken into three sections or can be used as one. One section can accommodate between 105 and 280 guests; two sections can host between 250 or 500; and when all three sections are used, between 360 and 800 guests can be accommodated, depending on whether you are holding a rehearsal dinner, ceremony, or reception. Their smaller indoor spaces include the Board of Trust Room, which can seat up to 110 people, and the Alumni Hall, which can accommodate up to 100 guests. Vanderbilt University also features a lovely outdoor space on the Student Life Center Lawn, which can host up to 150 guests for your big day. You may also opt for the beautiful Benton Chapel, which includes dressing rooms for the wedding party, ample parking, and hosts up to 330 of your friends and loved ones.

Services Offered
Along with site rental, Vanderbilt University provides tables and chairs and setup and teardown of their in-house equipment, as well as housekeeping. They also offer custom lighting packages and AV packages that include an on-site AV technician to ensure everything is operating at top performance.

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