Introducing the official iPad app from The Indiana Roof Ballroom. This app allows you to explore the Ballroom’s historic facility like never before! Affectionately called the “Roof,” we have been an important part of downtown Indianapolis for nearly a century. We have hosted many famous performers, weddings, galas and receptions, while creating the breath-taking illusion of twilight in an old-world villa.
Now, using your iPad, you can take a tour and see the true grandeur of this elite establishment right in the palm of your hands!
How it works:
Swipe right to left to flip through sections.
Tap or pinch zoom into each section to read more about The Indiana Roof Ballroom’s world-class facility. (Each section includes information about the ballroom from an in-depth history portion to a planning guide for your event.)
Swipe the photo galleries to browse over 60 pictures of the ballroom.
Tap once to open the menu bar to access a button linking you directly to their web site.
Invisions Technical Arts collaborated with The Indiana Roof Ballroom (IRB) for a central Indiana business first: a beautifully designed app for the iPad. With an iPad app design by Invisions Technical Arts the IRB can provide their employees and customers with a remarkable experience utilizing lightning-fast multi-touch response.
Imagine highly produced, curated content that has the same impact as print but arrives with the convenience of digital delivery. Invisions offers just that in the form of a sophisticated and cutting-edge app for the iPad. Invisions will produce a custom iPad app that will do what you once thought was impossible. Your app can include hundreds of photos, videos, audio clips and unlimited copy. This can be updated whenever you want, weekly if necessary. Even better, we can provide you with a content management tool so you can control your app’s changing content. Visit Invisions Technical Arts at www.invisionsta.com
Vanessa & Dusty had their wedding reception at the Indiana Roof Ballroom, and it was amazing! The photos by Jessica Strickland Photography show that everyone had a great time!
The Roof offers many unique options for brides, and these wedding photos showcase our customization, the unique decor, bouquet toss, sparkler exit, and more. Our staff is here to help create your dream wedding.
Ceremony: St. John's Catholic Church
Reception: Indiana Roof Ballroom
Cake: Classic Cakes
DJ: Jim Cerone, Master of Ceremonies
Photography: Jessica Strickland Photography
Transportation: Indy Trolley
Interested in having your wedding or event at the Indiana Roof Ballroom? Contact us! 317-236-1870
The Indiana Roof Ballroom replicates a quaint, European Village and offers many unique features.
Here are some items we offer to enhance the look of your event:
1. 3 crystal chandeliers that can be hung from a truss in the center of the ballroom
2. We now offer a white, pintuck loveseat couch for the bride & groom to sit on at the end of the head table (No charge)
3. Floral arrangements are an important aspect of wedding receptions, and McNamara Florist creates amazing designs (shown below)
4. Banquet-style seating is available, as well as our traditional round 5ft. tables. The banquet-style tables can be rented from A Classic Party Rental.
5. The stage can have an eye-catching look with draping hung from top to bottom
6. Here is an example of the lighting that can be done (Markey's Rental & Staging). This is an outdoor, garden-inspired look, perfect for any color scheme you choose.
7. New linens are available from A Classic Party Rental, pending availablility: A blush overlay (shown on the head table below) & a champagne sequin linen (shown on the cake table below)
Tell us what you think of these features & how you would utilize them for your event!
We had the opportunity to be part of this surprise proposal at The Roof!
Congratulations to Danielle & Joey! Their amazing photos were captured by Nathaniel Edmunds Photography. We're looking forward to their beautiful wedding next November!
Engagement photoshoots can be difficult to plan (location, attire, etc.). Danielle was lucky enough to have hers done during the proposal!
Are you trying to plan your engagement shoot? Here are a few tips:
1.Attire – You don’t have to coordinate your outfits with each other. Whether you prefer a casual or formal look, try to choose solid colors. These tend to photograph better than plaids or florals, for example. Also, try to avoid flashy jewelry, as it will distract from the focus of the photo. (The exception is your engagement ring, of course!)
2.Location – Do you envision your photos inside or outside, or both? Do you want to include a specific location that is special to you two? Think about this and talk it over with your fiancé.
3.Photographer – Spend time researching photographers in your area. Ask friends/family for suggestions and take a look at the quality of the photos each photographer produces. We love the quality of the shots in this shoot!
Interested in having your engagement, wedding or event at the Indiana Roof Ballroom? Contact us for more information!
The 500 Festival hosted the annual Snake Pit Ball at the Indiana Roof Ballroom Saturday May 23rd. The 500 Festival is responsible for around 50 annual events and programs during the month of May including the 500 Parade and the 500 Mini-Marathon.
This year's theme for the Snake Pit Ball was "Copperhead Lounge" which was styled with a dazzling large chandelier with color changing lights and a spinning glitter race car in the middle. Glamorous white tables and chairs were provided as well as leather couches for the attendees comfort.
Guests walked the Checkered Red Carpet and were greeted with a Cucumber-infused signature drink and the music of DJ Gabby Love. A few notable names in attendance of this year's KeyBank 500 Festival Snake Pit Ball included Pat McAfee, Andrew Luck, Robert Mathis, and Dwayne Allen.
Attendees enjoyed a concert from the platinum selling rock band American Authors. The popular A-Capella group Straight No Chaser and famous cover band 45 Riots also performed at the event.
Throughout the evening, guests indulged on a wide variety of Hors D'eouvres, food stations, and desserts. Delectable items such as hand-rolled Sushi, Korean Bar-B-Q Boneless Short Ribs, Orange Ginger Glazed Chicken and Chili Garlic Shrimp, Brownie Pops, and Cinnamon and Caramel Churros kept guests satisfied!
Celebrity bartender Josh Gonzales, the owner of Thunderbird, was on the scene making some of his signature cocktails at the main bar in the center of the room.
The Indiana Roof Ballroom was thrilled to be part of such a marvelous event and it was an impeccable way for attendees to unwind before the 500 race on Sunday. Contact us at (http://www.indianaroof.com/contact-us) for more information on hosting your own memorable event!