Special events at Revolutionaries Market:
Our character-filled space is the perfect place for your next get together or event - birthday parties, rehearsal dinners, wedding showers, baby showers, engagement parties, a company party, etc. - the possibilities are endless! You can reserve our space and have a class during your event, or you can simply reserve our space! Below you'll find all of the details for reserving your own party or unique event here at Revolutionaries Market! Please contact us if you have any further questions.
Option 1: Reserve the space and a Creative Class
Cost: please contact us to discuss the type of class you would like to have. This will determine the total cost (based on supplies, the teacher, etc.).
Includes: the space, tables, chairs, our large farm table (for presents, food, etc.), table cloths, the cost of supplies for the class, and the teacher teaching the class.
Option 2: Reserve the space Only
Weekend cost: $50 per hour
Weekday cost: $30 per hour
Includes: the space, tables, chairs, our large farm table (for presents, food, etc.), and table cloths.
At this time, our maximum party size is 30 people. Our minimum depends on the class you're interested in, so please contact us for more details.
Contact us to check availability, but we suggest reserving the space at least one month in advance (especially if you'd like to do a class as well). A 30% deposit is due on the day that you officially reserve the space. (For example, if you're reserving the space and a class that is priced at $30 per person, and your party will have 10 people, your total cost will be $300, and your deposit is $90.00. If you're simply reserving the space only for $150, your deposit is $45.00)
Your deposit will be forfeited if a cancellation occurs with less than 30 days until your scheduled event.
We can make/provide customized paper banners, paper flowers, fabric banners, etc. Just contact us for pricing and details.
Hand-lettered Invitations, Digital Invitations, & Chalkboard Designs: Hipster Perspective
Florals: The Abiding Thistle