Iroquois Club Provides a Distinctive “Up North” Feel with Luxurious Touch

The-Iroquois-Club-Wedding-Bloomfield-Hills-8.1436816467[1]We had the pleasure of playing at the Iroquois Club recently and were struck by the unique atmosphere. The banquet facility opened its doors in 2006 and is located in Bloomfield Hills on the site of the venerable “Sign of the Beefeater” restaurant.  Known for its outstanding contemporary American fare and white glove service, the Iroquois Club provides an unsurpassed banquet experience.

The efficiency of the staff was immediately apparent.  Tiffany, the event coordinator at the Iroquois Club, expertly met our needs and handled the cues of the bridal party like a veteran.

Shannon and Matt had a sweet ceremony led by Pastor Roy Thomas of Marry Us In Michigan. The couple chose all contemporary music from our extensive contemporary music collection. We played Falling Slowly, Hallelujah, I Will Wait and more. The exception was Shannon’s choice of Kannon in D for her bridal processional.  Every wedding ceremony should have a touch of tradition along with the newer trends!

Worthy of a special mention was the wedding cake made by Matt’s sister, Abigail.  The flowers on the cake were the most lifelike we’ve ever seen.  It was truly a work of art! Emilee Rose Photography and Films was busy capturing the many remarkable moments in this wedding.  Bee Entertainment was on hand for the wedding reception and sure to get the guests on their feet. We wish Matt and Shannon the very best as they begin married life!

The Iroquois Club

Marry Us In Michigan

Emily Rose Photography and Films

Bee Entertainment



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