History Meets Modern Charm at The Corner District
Like many of the buildings in our quaint little town, our original wedding venue space had a fun history. And, our new home is no different! Hi Byers originally built the space as an auto garage with a filing station in the mid 1940s. Then, Diversified Manufacturing Company made metal parts out of the building in the 1970s. Ball Ground resident Oscar Robertson later obtained the building in the 1980s. And now, we are happily hosting life’s most cherished celebrations in a beautifully renovated minimal, modern, industrial wedding and event venue!
To the right is a picture from one of our earlier weddings, taken while our sweet couple strolled the town of Ball Ground for their wedding portraits. It is a nod to how far we have come and the number of families we have celebrated the most precious occasions with. We didn’t know it then, but it also foreshadowed where we would end up today, all these years later. You see, our couple is standing in front of the new The Corner District where we reside today, which has since been painted a beautiful white with a new garage door, windows, lighting and more.
Photo Credit: Kelly Berry Photography