(Closed) Reception Site Woes…

posted 10 years ago in Venue
Post # 3
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291 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

while i’m not familiar with the area and don’t know anything else about your wedding (guest count, time of year, if the 1000-2000 is just for rental alone or includes food/drink), there are some general possibilities you can think about looking at.

1. public parks and city-owned historic locations — these can turn out to be quite the gem, and usually have super low rental fees and also offer discounts if you live in the city. you can usually find info for these locations on the city’s official website.

2. restaurants — if your guest count is lower, renting out a restaurant or a restaurant’s largest banquet room could be a budget friendly idea…you can find a place with great food and great decor and not have to worry about renting much b/c it’s already there!

3. knights of columbus banquet hall — i’m not totally familiar with what they do, but i get the impression the rental fee for the banquet facilities is quite reasonable. they have locations all over the nation and a quick search did come up with some options in maryland, though i don’t know where any of those cities are in relation to glyndon :p. 

hopefully some of those ideas can be helpful in your search!  

Post # 4
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264 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I just went to a wedding here: http://www.kurtzsbeach.com

It’s a beautiful waterfront setting and it seems like they have some options that would be in your price range. 

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