At The Capitol Theatre, you'll have the picture-perfect wedding you've always dreamed of! Yes, with your names on the marquee, the stage is set to star the two of you as the romantic leads in none other than your wedding day! The unique Nashville area wedding venue is perfect for a couple who loves film, theatre or even a 1920s Great Gatsby theme. The art deco touches throughout the theatre and the quaint downtown Lebanon location is something no other venue in our area is ready to provide! Want to learn more about this wedding venue? Check out our interview with Danielle below!
Tell us about The Capitol Theatre + how long you've been in business.
Danielle: The Capitol Theatre's grand opening was December 9, 1949 introducing the citizens of Lebanon to Betty Grable in Technicolor. The Capitol Theatre closed down in the early 80's. Bob and Pam Black purchased the building in 2009. The Capitol Theatre then re-opened in June 2013 as a multipurpose venue.
How did you get started in weddings?
Danielle: Weddings came to us. Brides and grooms saw the uniqueness of The Capitol Theatre. We have been booking weddings ever since.
What's the philosophy behind The Capitol Theatre?
Danielle: A stage for any setting! We can accommodate any event from weddings to fundraising benefits.
What are your strengths compared to other wedding venues?
Danielle: I believe our staff is the best strength compared to others in our category. We are determined to make sure all of our renters' (whether it's a 2-hour event or a 10-hour event) are comfortable, happy, and at ease before, during, and after their event.
What attracts couples to book The Capitol Theatre?
Danielle: I believe the well decorated venue attracts most brides to the Capitol. We have brides come in feeling less stressed on finding décor to decorate the event space. Every bride tells us they do not have to decorate because the theatre is already decorated.
What style works best with The Capitol Theatre?
Danielle: When you walk into the Capitol Theatre it makes you feel like your stepping back in time. The theatre was renovated back to the 1950's art deco style.