Guidelines for Ceremonies

We welcome the use of decorations and flowers, however, please refrain from using any tape, glue, or nails. Only the use of battery operated or flameless candles are permitted. You are responsible for the removal of all decorations, flowers, packaging and delivery boxes used during your ceremony.

Out of respect for the chapel, as well as other patrons, you are responsible for disposal of garbage and items brought into the chapel (i.e furniture, etc.). Please leave the chapel in the same condition upon your departure as your arrival, which includes the return of any furniture rearranged for your ceremony. We ask that you do not arrive early or depart late. The Danforth assistant on duty will allow you access to the building only during your reserved time. Deliveries must be made during your reserved time. You will not be granted additional time the day of your ceremony for any setup or breakdown, therefore, you must complete all tasks within your reserved time. The use of petals, bird seed, rice, or any other item for throwing or scattering is NOT permitted inside the chapel. The use of bird seed ONLY is permitted outside the chapel and must be swept and disposed of after use.

Out of the respect for the chapel, as well as other patrons, we do not allow animals of any kind to be inside the chapel, unless the animal is used for medical reasons.

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