posted 6 years ago in Boston
Post # 3
18 posts
  • Wedding: July 2013

I am getting married in Boston this July, so I can relate to your dilemna.  I found when I was searching for venues it was all about the budget!  It also depends on where in Boston you want to get married. Do you want to be in the downtown area or are you open to areas outside of Boston. You should also consider Cambridge.  Also, do you want a traditional space such as a hotel or something different like a raw space.  I found if you book early, you can get decent deals. If your wedding is May 2014 you probably can get a decent early bird deal. I knew I wanted Boston or Cambridge, nothing further. If you want a hotel with a nice outdoor or indoor ceremony space I loved the following: Le Meridian in Cambridge, Hyatt Regency Boston, Seaport Hotel, Park Plaza. Another great location is BU! they have a ballroom that hosts many weddings. My friend is getting married this April at the Seaport Hotel, she is having 150 guests and it’s $125pp. She negotiated with 2 different hotels and used the ol’ played them against one another tactic and it worked. Sorry for the long post. Good luck and have fun!

Post # 4
255 posts
Helper bee





Hey Ladies! I’m a wedding planner in Boston and it’s already been said but it really depends on what part of Boston you wnat to get married in.  I have a few secret gems in my back pocket that consist of historical societies, colleges, and such so feel free to PM me if you have any questions.


Post # 5
24 posts
  • Wedding: October 2013

I just booked my wedding. I’m having my ceremony in Boston but I decided to have my reception at The Lantana in Randolph, which is under 25 minutes on the highway. Amazing services and the best prices. I’d say it depends on your budget. 🙂

Post # 6
2204 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

What kind of budget are you trying to stay around?

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