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The Mill Top Banquet and Conference Center is one of the Indianapolis area’s most unique event venues.

The Model Mill Building, which houses the Mill Top, has a storied history that goes back almost 150 years. Built in 1869, the building was originally used to produce Kismet Flour.

The Noblesville High School “Millers”, previously known as “Black and Gold”, are actually named for this product, as C.B. Jenkins donated the uniforms to the Noblesville High School football team in 1925.

In 1899 the Marmon family bought the building and in 1911 the Marmon “Wasp” won the first Indianapolis 500 race. Our offices now sit where the Wasp was built.

After passing through many hands and serving as home to a car manufacture, doughnut producer, food processing plant and accounting firm, the current owner, Hassan “Rocky” Shanehsaz purchased the building in 2001 and has renovated it to all its glory today.

Wherever you go and whatever you do, may the luck of the Irish be there with you! ☘️Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Kelly #mcswellywedding2k18Feelin’ lucky to be spending the day celebrating Kristin and Brendan! Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all! Stay safe ☘️🌈Loved this Spring look for Kayla and Devin’s wedding reception on Saturday! Also, how great do those cupcakes look?It’s Throwback Thursday! Throwing it back to the days of chevron and burlap everywhere! We’re always thankful for new ideas and new trends and can’t wait to see what our 2018 couples come up with! #tbtHow great did our Great Room look on Saturday for Cassie and Tylor?! It was such a perfect day, and we were so excited to kick-off our wedding season with them! (Check out our new pallete wall in picture two!)Congratulations to our 2017 Anniversary Night Out winners Kristen & Pat Stout! ❤️ They’ll get to enjoy a wonderful dinner date on us at their restaurant of choice, St. Elmo’s Steak House! Yum!It has only been a few weeks since our last wedding, but that feels like forever to us! We completed a lot of fun projects in February we can’t wait for you all to see! For now, we are just excited to have weddings every weekend again starting with tomorrow!Our Events Team had so much fun networking with other wedding industry professionals and hearing the successful Sasha Souza speak about her wedding planning experiences!Wedding Trend Wednesday: Top 5 Wedding Trends for 2018 from Wedding Wire. Marbles, Metallics, and Geometrics! We love them all! What are your thoughts?  Read the rest of the article here:
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