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Venue search on a budget

Hello i am new to this, recently engaged! I am having a hard time finding the "perfect" reception site for my wedding and wanted anyones thoughts! I have looked I feel like at every website and I want something original, any thoughts?

Re: Venue search on a budget

  • woodiewoodie member
    edited December 2011
    Hi!  Not sure what you're looking for, but here are a couple ideas for a Cape Cod style wedding on a budget:

    Cape Cod Sea Camps:

    Old Yarmouth Inn and the Kelly Chapel

    Good luck!
  • edited December 2011
    Tell us a little more about what you are looking for and I'm sure lots of people will have ideas. Also, what you consider budget and how many people.

    I feel like I researched every venue on the Cape so I know what you are going through.
  • edited December 2011
    What about the Sea Pines Inn?  They had really good prices when I was looking. 
  • allisong23allisong23 member
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    edited December 2011
    Wow, I went to camp at Cape Ccod Sea Camps. It looks like they have redone the dining hall (where they hold receptions), but it still seems funny to think of having a reception there. I am sure that they would do a good job, but keep in mind that it is very rustic - it is a dining hall for kids.
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  • cdream05cdream05 member
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    edited December 2011
    Check out Harborpoint in Cummiquid (off of Route 6A)  Beautiful there and is very reasonably priced.  (We're getting married there in June! )
  • edited December 2011
    What part of the Cape and what is your date?  Are you willing to do a Sunday?  Good luck!  Amy
  • natalienorbutnatalienorbut member
    edited December 2011

    You might like this location.......  This is where I planned my 8/14/10 wedding day.  Unfortunately, my groom has cold feet.  If you would like to take this date off my hands I would be willing to give you $500 towards your deposit.  Good Luck and Congrats!

  • edited December 2011
    I called Cape Cod Sea Camps and they only do rehearsal dinners not weddings or receptions.  The Old Yarmouth Inn is a great space and there is an old chapel out back.  I know they have minimum head counts (different for different days) so you may want to check depending on how many people you plan on having attend.  Old Sea Pines Inn is gorgeous and pretty reasonably priced.  Harborpoint has a great view, the owner was super nice and helpful.  I haven't confirmed but I plan on getting married there in 2011:)
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