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Feb, 7 2018

10 must see New Jersey wedding venues

10 must see New Jersey wedding venues

In a state some view as a giant suburb of New York City and associated with things like MTV’s Jersey Shore, many don’t realize that good ol’ NJ is much much more. In fact, New Jersey is a diverse and beautiful place…with some diverse and beautiful wedding venues!

The Park Savoy Estate: Florham Park

The historic empirical-style mansion has seen its fair share of excitement through the centuries; from its decade as a speakeasy during prohibition under the ownership of a New York crime syndicate to its use as a tourist hotspot after a multi-million dollar renovation that added class and sophistication, the Park Savoy Estate is a fascinating place to tie the knot.

The Park Savoy

Liberty House Restaurant: Jersey City

The Manhattan skyline can be breathtaking; tourists and long-term residents alike will tell you that. But when the sun sets and millions of lights from every floor of every skyscraper begin to shine, the beauty becomes absolutely overwhelming. So choose the grand ballroom at the luxurious Liberty House Restaurant for your big evening, giving you and your guests astounding panoramic views of NYC as you celebrate in style.

Liberty House Restaurant

The Tides Estate: North Haled

Where towering ceilings and bold chandeliers meet country gardens and clean air, the Tides Estate proves that even a short drive from the city can transport visitors into a whole new world. So for brides and grooms seeking an elegant escape, head to the quaint little town of North Haled.

The KnotThe Tides Estate

Perona Farms: Andover

Rolling hills of freshly cut grass, dotted with crisp white barns and glassy ponds, where decorative old wagon wheels and large, chandelier-lit lofts create the perfect balance between elegant and rustic: If this sounds like a venue from your dreams, then consider Perona Farms for your fairytale wedding.

Perona Farms

The Peacock Inn: Princeton

The Peacock Inn is not for the loud or the lavish…or the large (as it’s only suited for events with less than a hundred guests). Instead, the colonial-era inn is ideal for intimate ceremonies and private receptions. Plus, with sixteen guest bedrooms and a small ballroom, couples even have the option to buy out the entire hotel and treat their guests to a full-blown weekend retreat.

The Peacock Inn

The Place on the Lake: East Brunswick

From Alice in Wonderland-style feasting (complete with perfectly mismatched chairs and the longest outdoor table you’ve ever seen) to a more classic indoor ballroom, this unique lakeside venue in NJ is extremely customizable. So whether you’re planning to wed under the pink blossoms of spring or the crisp changing colors of fall, escape to Farrington Lake for a magical countryside ceremony.

À Votre Service EventsThe Place on the Lake

Laurita Winery: New Egypt

Wineries are an increasingly popular site for weddings — thanks in part to their never-ending supply of delicious grape elixir and picture-perfect vineyards — and New Jersey’s Laurita Winery does not disappoint. Giving guests the option between a massive tent among the grapevines or a smaller gathering at the nearby inn, Laurita is arguably the best vineyard venue in the entire state.

The KnotLaurita Winery

The Carriage House:Galloway

The name “the Carriage House” may be a bit deceiving, as those who arrive expecting to find an actual carriage house (read: a historically glorified garage) might find their jaws hitting the floor when they’re met instead with a stunning plantation-style mansion. With its clean white exterior (complete with stone columns and full-length balconies), meticulously manicured grounds, and a breathtaking grand ballroom, the Carriage House is perfect for those seeking elegant Southern charm.

The Carriage House

One Atlantic: Atlantic City

While much of Atlantic City has lost its charm since its heyday in the early 1900s, some gems still shine brightly in the midst of this town. One such gem is One Atlantic, a sleek and modern beachfront venue that provides a view of the electric lights of the rest of Atlantic City. So if wedding in the city that inspired Monopoly sounds like your cup of tea, head on down to One Atlantic.

One Atlantic

All Saints’ Episcopal Church: Millington

It can be hard to find the balance between escaping the hustle and bustle of the city while also avoiding a drawn-out drive. But fear not! This may be your solution. Located just 30 miles outside of Manhattan, the historic All Saints’ Episcopal Church can be found nestled in the close-knit township of Millington, and the quaint stone chapel just might be the perfect place for tradition-loving city-dwellers to say “I do.”

All Saints’ Episcopal Church

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