(Closed) Affordable Wedding Venue in the Maryland Area

posted 6 years ago in Venue
Post # 2
522 posts
Busy bee

Tight budget means different things to different people. How tight of a budget are we talking? Are you hoping for outside venues, inside venues…?

Post # 4
522 posts
Busy bee

Gotcha, that’s a bit more helpful. If Fridays or Sundays are an option for you, you might want to ask about price differences for those times.

-Michaels 8th Ave in Glen Burnie: in house catering options, a nice garden for outside ceremonies, big ballrooms inside.

-Stone Manor properties (probably overbudget depending on the day/time your looking for an event, 2 different properties to chose from, grounds are gorgeous)

-Martins East or West: big ballrooms, I think they offer catering packages as well. I’ve heard you can do 50-75 a head.

-Bmore Museum of Industry (downside: not a typical venue so you would need to coordinate a LOT of stuff)


Post # 5
5191 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast

Any of the Martins locations (East, West, Valley Mansion), La Fontaine Blue, Overhills Mansion, any of the suburban hotels (white marsh area, towson/hunt valley area, and reisterstown area all have decent options to choose from). You may even be able to find some downtown Baltimore hotels that could work with your budget.

Post # 6
165 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

I live in maryland, (right outside of baltimore) but chose to get married right over the wv boarder, when I was searching for places the prices just so much less then maryland and virginia for the amount of people we were having.

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