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The roaring 20’s was a time of prohibition, speakeasies and red-hot jazz.

An era renowned for its glamour, striking geometric shapes, and lavish ornamentation, makes for great inspiration for a wedding. Think metallics and jewel colors, sunbursts and sweeping curves.

Those little details and finishing touches will take your guests back to the Jazz Age and take your wedding from beautiful to breathtaking!

Bricks and Brass, a new venue opening in Tallahassee is the perfect space for the easy glamour of an art deco inspired wedding or event.

The Tennessee Street property was purchased in 2013 by the ownership group that also owns the iconic round hotel next door, the Four Points by Sheraton.

Since then, the owners have worked to revitalized the once loved and commonly known “Mays-Munroe building” into something special.

Keeping the majority of the existing structure, Bricks & Brass has an industrial atmosphere with original polished concrete floors and the original red brick walls. The exposed black wood ceiling complete the modern look.

With gold, marble and stained glass touches, the venue is a special blend of modern and vintage. With so many details and options for the unique bride, the space is unlike anything else in the capital city.

Bricks & Brass will offer event planning services, large conference and meeting flexibility, a convenient downtown location, an established service team, full-service catering, a built-in signature bar and an upscale and modern atmosphere.

Above, you will find some gorgeous renderings, provided by Bricks and Brass, of their venue. As you can see, the architecture, colors, and history of this venue make a stunning backdrop. For more information on having your big day at Bricks and Brass or to learn more about their rental pricing, packages, and setup options please follow the link to their site here.