The Question What are great inexpensive wedding spaces in GR?
A few things to remember:
- Couples should pay attention to parking and handicap accessibility. Folks too frequently forget those factors, and sometimes that’s what cheap means – no parking, not accessible. and sometimes
- utilizing a DIY space ends up resulting in hidden costs, table and chair rental etc.
- Latvian hall on grand
- Polish halls
- Masonic Temple- BYOB
- Kent County Parks lodges
- Johnson Park
- Townsend Park
- Fallasburg Park
- Highlands Golf Course
- City ParksWilcox Park
- Rosa Parks Circle
- Blue Bridge
- Gillette Bridge
- Riverside Park
- Cherry Park
- Don’t pay for a venue: A friend’s yard or find a farm, a giant yard, an abandoned lot. A FARM. a barn.
- Veterans Facility on Monroe
- Ambrosia Theater
- Wealthy Theater
- The City Flats Hotel ballroom
- John Ball Zoo’s hilltop pavillion
A bit of a drive….
- The walking bridge near lowell
- Barn Weddings
- Howard Christesen Nature Center in Kent City
- Witt’s Inn in Lowell
- River Edge Bed and Breakfast & Gathering Place
- Get Hitched Quick
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I love the fact that the Facebook hivemind can be used to share personal experiences and resources. Sometimes I ask a question because I don’t know the answer, want to hear what my community has to say and lately I have been receiving requests from friends asking me to request very specific resources. The responses are generally useful but they get lost in the traffic of facebook so I thought they would be worth saving.
So this post is part of a series, Answers from the hivemind