Vendor Review: Felch House Inn

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The Felch House Inn is actually located just a block from Strut in central Phoenix in the Roosevelt Historic District. Built in 1927, it has been a bed and breakfast for awhile and just this year started booking weddings and receptions. They recently had an open house and we just had to stop by and visit our neighbor!

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Two things we love about the Felch House Inn are:

  1. It is immaculately groomed–not a blade of grass out of place!
  2. There are so many little nooks for enjoying a cup of coffee in the morning. Or use them for food stations to get your guests mingling!

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They recently ordered a clear, acrylic cover for their pool. Wouldn't that make the coolest dance floor?!

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One of their preferred vendors is Fresh From the Kitchen. These caterers believe in using the freshest, best ingredients. They also do wedding cakes. They've catered a number of events we've attended, and we think their food is top-notch. They cater weddings of all sizes. Here are some photos of their picture-perfect food:

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The inside of the venue is beautiful, too, with lots of sitting areas for registered guests. We love the Felch House Inn as a wedding and reception venue because it offers a number of packages to fit the smallest gathering to over 100 people. We think it's well maintained and beautiful. It gives an intimate, garden feeling in the middle of the city!

One possible challenge could be parking, since there is just a little bit of street parking. But we think we remember owner Becky saying they have an agreement with a nearby business to use their parking for events; nonetheless, be sure to ask about parking!

For brides and grooms looking for a centrally located venue that can do their wedding, reception, or both, we highly recommend you check out the Felch House Inn!

 

3 Responses

  1. Ann

    Thanks for stopping by our blog! We love sharing local vendors with our brides!

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