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Third Eye Event Space

Has anyone heard of them?  used them?  any thoughts on them?  I'm planning from out of town and am going off websites and reccomendations for the time being....so any information your girls have would be great!

Thanks!

Re: Third Eye Event Space

  • klamfersklamfers
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    edited December 2011
    I have looked at them.  The location is neat.  Depending on the number of guests, it could seperate your papty.
  • prideeinpynkprideeinpynk
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    edited December 2011
    Really cool if you're having a really small wedding. I would say 30 max. Otherwise, you're going to be separated and if I were a guest I'd be annoyed with that.

    That being said - REALLY COOL! ;D

    Chrissy & David -- 10/10/10

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  • edited December 2011
    I agree with previous posters. 

    We looked at it and it is really cool, but is pretty segmented.  You definitely couldn't do a sit down dinner here (food would have to be in another room)...so, if your guest list is small it could work!

    Have you tried:

    Studio B, Studio 2131, Arts Incubator, 1517 Event Space, Hobbs Building, Berg Event Space, Terrace on Grand....?
  • edited December 2011
    LOVE this space. We almost used it actually and it was set-up to have the ceremony upstairs, go downstairs for dinner and then go back up for the reception. Beautiful space.
    We ended up using Berg Event Space though and I absolutely love it!
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