Mei
Just Said Yes August 2023

Recommendation for Affordable venue in Nj

Mei, on April 13, 2021 at 10:01 AM Posted in New Jersey Planning 0 5
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Pls give me advice馃檹

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Latest activity by Ariel, on April 27, 2021 at 2:20 PM
  • Hannah
    Master July 2019
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    Affordable can be subjective. Do you have an approximate budget you want to stick to? Also, where in NJ (north, south, central)? In general, as with everything else in the state, venues can be pricey. Nontraditional venues like parks tend to be cheaper than the fancy, all-inclusive event spaces. I believe south jersey is cheaper than central or north, and Pennsylvania (not Philly) will also usually be cheaper if that's more feasible.
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  • Mei
    Just Said Yes August 2023
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    Im in central jersey my budget for venue and catering is 5,000k for 100 guest
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  • Hannah
    Master July 2019
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    For $50 a person, that's going to be tough. I would try websites like event detective and look for maybe parks with some sort of an enclosure and corporate drop-off catering.
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  • Lynnie
    WeddingWire Administrator October 2016
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    Hi Mei! In NJ most of the wedding packages tend to be over $100 per person, but you can always try picking a "non peak" wedding time (such as picking a different day than Saturday to celebrate) or choosing a non-meal time like a brunch or afternoon cocktail reception!

    These discussions also have NJ venue suggestions:

    New Jersey Venues that are pocketbook friendly!

    Affordable wedding venues nj !!!! Helllppp (2020 bride)

    Inexpensive wedding venues in North and Central Jersey

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  • Ariel
    Savvy June 2021
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    Not going to lie, $5000 for 100 guests in NJ is going to be really tough! If you can't shorten your guest list, I would suggest finding a venue or event space where you can just rent the space/tables/chairs and then bring in an affordable caterer. Its going to be extremely difficult to find a full service venue for $50/pp, if there even are any. You could also hold your ceremony in a space with little or no cost, such as a park, and then host a reception dinner at a local restaurant in a private room.

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