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Pennsylvania venues under $1500 or under

Mary, on July 9, 2019 at 12:03 PM Posted in Pennsylvania Planning 0 9

My fiance and I plan on getting married in Pennsylvania. We have a strict budget of $10,000 or less, and we are looking for a nice location to get married that doesn't cost a lot of money. Does any one know of any parks or outdoor locations that would fit within that price range?


Latest activity by Elise, on August 18, 2021 at 7:43 AM
  • CourtneyBrittain
    Master August 2019
    CourtneyBrittain ·
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    I'm not sure, but we are getting married on a weekday in off season and that allowed us to get our originally $4000 venue for $1950! Try calling around or googling maybe?

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  • Formerbride
    VIP June 2019
    Formerbride ·
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    Is this for just the ceremony or ceremony and reception?
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  • Alicia
    VIP August 2019
    Alicia ·
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    What area of Pennsylvania are you looking for?

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  • Laura
    Master October 2019
    Laura ·
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    I'm not in PA, but there is a board here for the state, here is the link:

    I would check into community centers. We got ours for $275, and it's next to the city park. Most times you can use both

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  • Ally
    Dedicated July 2020
    Ally ·
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    You might want to detail what area of PA that you're planning on getting married in. PA is a pretty big state.

    If you're doing southwestern PA, I'd suggest Red Fox Winery, The Chartiers Room or Fairview Sunset Room.

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  • MIWM
    VIP June 2019
    MIWM ·
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    Check out your local VFWS and Fire Halls

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  • J
    Just Said Yes July 2021
    Jamie ·
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    Was this your ceremony and reception?

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  • Jessica
    Devoted February 2021
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    Coatesville Country Club didn’t charge us any venue fee only the price per head for the food and beverage they were extremely reasonable
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  • Elise
    Beginner September 2020
    Elise ·
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    I would suggest taking a look at the JAM Catering venues. They have a lot throughout the Philadelphia area and are absolutely beautiful! They do a great job of packaging the food menu so that you can pick and choose what exactly to add and know the cost up front. The Venue I am getting married at is also BYOB so that is making the wedding slightly less expensive since we are only purchasing what is necessary and not paying per head count. Additionally, I would look at a Friday or Thursday wedding as well.
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