8 Beautiful Baby Shower Venue Ideas in Detroit
Like weddings and landmark birthdays, baby showers are some of the few events in life that justify going the extra mile. After all, they only happen so often in a lifetime! And since every great party starts with a fabulous venue, your baby shower planning journey starts right here on Peerspace. Hosts in every major city have opened up their homes, businesses, and other properties to welcome your next party. Some even provide additional catering, planning, and decorating services so you can get all of your planning done with just a few clicks!
Michigan’s most populous city is home to a wide range of unique venues with different architectural styles. So whether you want your event to be grand, elegant or a little offbeat, we know you can find the perfect location on Peerspace. And to help in your search, we gathered a list of the most beautiful and unexpected baby shower venue ideas in Detroit.
Book one of these treasures while they’re still available!
1. A sophisticated 1920s historic home in the University District
Detroit is home to many historic homes, but this one from the 1920s is particularly impressive. Previously abandoned but grandly restored, this home is one of the most famous and beautiful baby shower venue ideas in Detroit. It was featured on Curbed and The Detroit News and is usually used for film production and photoshoots. You can invite up to 25 guests and enjoy every area of the house, including all of the furniture, the kitchen, garden, fireplace, piano, and solarium. Celebrate your 2020 baby in roaring 1920s style at this luxurious venue!
2. A classic historic mini-mansion in the Boston-Edison Historic District
If the previous home is a bit extravagant for your taste, take it down a notch (but keep it classy) with this timeless mini-mansion. Your friends and family will adore this uniquely-designed home, complete with a large photo-worthy stained glass window and plentiful antiques in every room. Host up to 20 people with the onsite help of the venue’s host and hostess, who are there to ensure an enjoyable experience for you and your guests. Outside food and drinks are allowed, and you are welcome to use the vintage industrial kitchen for any preparation.
3. A downtown loft flushed with natural light
For baby showers with guests 21 and older, consider this spacious, white-walled loft that can welcome up to 75 people. Usually booked for film shoots, this wheelchair-accessible space is decorated with the work of local artists and memorabilia from Detroit’s history. If you are providing alcohol for your guests, you must work with the venue’s preferred mobile bartending service, Sumptuous Spirits. For all other food, you are welcome to bring your own catering or reach out to the hosts for information about their preferred contacts.
4. A chic, naturally lit Midtown luxury loft
One of the best things about Peerspace is that you can give any celebration that charming house party feel without the hassle of hosting in your own home. “Borrow a house” for your baby shower by booking all 1,000 square feet of this loft. Between two bathrooms, two bedrooms, and a spacious kitchen with island, this apartment is ideal for intimate gatherings. If you’re into taking tons of photographs, the good news is that natural light is abundant throughout the loft, as well as fun amenities like a chalk wall, art, and plenty of games.
5. An outdoor production space in the McDougall-Hunt neighborhood
If you don’t have the yard space for a backyard celebration, why not pretend for a day? This simple, wheelchair-accessible space is perfect for a spring or summer baby shower in Detroit. The venue comes equipped with restrooms, tables, chairs, a fire pit, and a selection of outdoor games, so all you’ll need to bring is food and decorations! You can comfortably fit up to 75 guests on the fenced-in lawn space. Outside catering is welcome, and parking is available onsite.
6. A multipurpose production loft with views of Eastern Market
Impress up to 70 baby shower guests with this stunning and versatile loft space. The booking fee includes use of the kitchen, tables, chairs, and couches. You are even free to arrange the various pieces of furniture any way you’d like, as long as you return them to their proper places after the shower is over—so let your inner interior designer loose and have some fun. You can also bring in your own catering for any other food and beverages you are providing, but don’t forget to take advantage of the onsite coffee/espresso machine with dessert!
7. An elegant & intimate rental hall in Warren
If event planning isn’t your strong suit, many of our Peerspace hosts can offer expert advice—like this one! Just a half-hour drive from Detroit, this classic event hall comes baby shower-ready with all the tables, chairs, and tablecloths you need for up to 60 guests. The host is happy to provide you with a catering menu and event planning assistance, but you are also free to use a catering service of your choice or use the prep kitchen if necessary.
8. A classical-industrial art gallery event space near downtown
Celebrate your new baby in style with a one-of-a-kind vintage venue. Originally built in 1905 with over 100 years of history, this wheelchair accessible event space is located in a historic art gallery in the Rivertown/Downtown district. The lounge area has seating for 60 people and standing room for 100 guests or more. And, if weather permits, you can even take the party to their adjoining outdoor patio! Tables, chairs, and security can be provided upon request.
Whether you’re celebrating your family’s newest addition with an intimate gathering or a huge party, skip the traditional event hall and choose one of these baby shower venue ideas in Detroit!