Please Touch Museum Weddings

This is “The Love List” by our female wedding DJ, DeeJay Shelly, Bertos Video Productions, and Stephanie Nolt Photography. Combined we have over 30 years experience in the wedding industry. We want to be the resource for our newly engaged couples! As experts in the industry, we thought we’d share our list of favorite WEDDING VENUES with you. Each Wednesday, we’ll feature one venue we love. If you visit one of our featured venues, please let them know we referred you! Thank you – Michelle Lee (DeeJay Shelly)

This week’s review? The Please Touch Museum

What we love…

1) Breathtaking architecture and design! Michelle Lee Venue Reviews

2) So much to do!

3) Parties small and large (up to 3,000 guests!!)

Check List!

Look & Feel: Magnificent & Fun (at the same time!)

Location: Philadelphia, PA (Fairmont Park)

LGBT Friendly: Yes!

Outside Ceremony: No. Yet you’ll want to have your ceremony inside this gorgeous museum! (Ask your planner for details).

Staff & Service: Very Friendly!

First Impressions: Breathtaking Photography by Stephanie Nolt

Parking: Yes (There is a parking lot and street parking)

Hotels Close By: Numerous hotels within a short car ride

Corporate Meeting Planners: This is the perfect venue for a corporate gala.

Michelle Lee’s Summary

Isn’t the Please Touch Museum for kids? 

It is – both BIG and small! The magnificent architecture, mixed with numerous fun activities, will have your guests saying, “Please take me back!”  Of course, I am a little biased. Their DJ booth is one of the best around! In the middle of the booth is a gigantic, artsy replica of the Statue of Liberty’s arm holding the flame – SUPERStephanie Nolt Photography COOL! (image to the right).

Fun in PhiladelphiaYet, the DJ booth is only one of the reasons I love this venue. They had me at “Hello” when they told me about their unique cocktail hours. Their downstairs play area can actually be turned into an adult cocktail space with “Big Kid” activities. What’s more? You can get lost in Wonderland with Alice, pretend you produce TV shows, and ride a horse carousel. You and your guests may not be able to handle all this fun! (Photos to left & right taken on DeeJay Shelly’s iPhone)

With all of these games, is the Please Touch Museum really a place to hold a wedding, or high end event?

OMG YES! The first time I walked through the front doors, I felt like I was Cinderella. Magnificent is the only word I can think of to describe the inside architecture and design. Truly, a venue fit for a princess, or prince! As a matter of fact, I can’t wait to DJ Christian and Mark’s wedding there this October!!!

Oh and there is one more reason I love this venue…. Hali Zaben! For more information about this unique venue space, or to book your event, contact Hali Zaben Sales Coordinator for Brulee Catering at the museum. By phone: 215.578.5186 By email:

The team and I hope you enjoyed this week’s venue review! Thanks for reading! – Michelle Lee (aka DeeJay Shelly)

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