Post # 1
Hi! I am recently engaged and new to this site.
I am looking to get married in the fall of 2010 and am having trouble finding a reception site. I am looking for something other than the typical banquet hall… something with a little more character and/or charm. Does anyone have any suggestions (that won’t brake the bank)? I am open to almost all of NJ. Thank you!
Post # 3
Monclair Museum-in Montclair, Newark Museum-in Newark, Morristown Museum-in Morristown, Oakside Mansion-in Bloomfield, or Mezzanie-in Newark.
Liberty House and Liberty Science Center.
Those are the ones that come to mind right now
Post # 4
I am getting married at Liberty House. But when we were looking, we stumbled uping two Women’s Clubs which seemed really cool.
Post # 5
Laurita Winery. That’s where we are having ours. Its very unique and we searched many places and unfortunately everything is expensive. But keeping the guest list small will help!
Post # 6
I got married at The Palace in Somerset NJ – The entire place is gorgeous.
Post # 7
we are getting married at Perona Farms in Andover, NJ.. Beautiful place and over 50 acres of land!! Been in business for over 90 years! Good luck 🙂
Post # 8
Try Round Hill House in Washingtonville, NY. It’s a bit of a hike, but it’s beautiful.
Post # 9
The Tides Estate in North Haledon – beautiful!! Lovely ceremony location, very set apart from the road, and beautiful reception areas.
The Madison Hotel in Morristown – gorgeous conservatory room that you can have the reception and the ceremony in, and they’re incredibly nice.
The Inn at Fernbrook Farms in Chesterfield Township – oh my gosh, this place took my breathe away – a beautiful old house, the ceremony location is outside this cottage that looks like something out of Snow White, it’s just incredible.
The Highlawn Pavilion in West Orange – overlooks the NYC skyline, near the Eagle Rock Reservation.
Chauncy Conference Center in Princeton, NJ – I know, that sounds weird, but it’s this beautiful grounds out back, you can have the ceremony overlooking a little pond with egrets and fountains, and they have a gorgeous outdoor area for the reception.
Ridgewood Women’s Club in Ridgewood is quite nice, too.
(culled from recent weddings I did and my own wedding research!)