(Closed) Winter wedding help!!

posted 4 years ago in Reception
Post # 2
6803 posts
Busy Beekeeper

It seems logical that for a start you would not have your wedding in the metro area.  There are women on here all the time complaining about how ridiculous the prices are in cities.  So consider moving into western NY or even heading south into PA or DE if you’re willing to travel that far.  There are some gorgeous historic homes/buildings that might be good venues and might cost significantly less than anything you’d get in the city. — I’m just using supposition, I could be totally wrong.

Just for a start I found the Old Administration Building at Green Lakes State Park, Fayatteville – I don’t know the geography of NY, but if it’s feasible, it looks amazing and a review on the Knot claims they did BYO.

ETA: maybe that one’s not a good plan for winter travel… says the lakes are glacial so it’s probably mountainous and snowy smile

Post # 3
636 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2018

I’m not in your area so I can’t give a lot of suggestions as far as venues but I’m having a winter wedding and my one suggestion would be if you can wait until after the New Years holiday you’ll save a lot of money. We’re getting married the first weekend in January and that is when the holiday ‘off season’ starts in our area, so we got mad discounts from every vendor since it’s not a busy time for them.

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