Come enjoy the complete wedding experience at Celebrations Wedding Facility, Lawrence Township‘s premier wedding venue and banquet hall. A Celebrations wedding package provides first class elegance that is unmatched in Lawrence Township, NJ. Your wedding will be professionally orchestrated into a celebration that you and your guests will long remember!
Professional and personal, your wedding will be prepared with exceptional presentations, gourmet menus and award winning service that is the signature of Celebrations. Providing both indoor and outdoor wedding facilities, we can cater to the time of season as well as your specific needs. You will find our distinguished surroundings and elegant service the perfect combination for a wedding you and your guest will remember forever.
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See What Past Clients Have Said:
“I am a catering chef and when I attend weddings I am very weary about the food… Celebrations exceeded my expectations ten fold. The entrees were delicious and the service was exceptional. From the guest end, dinner was flawless and quick. I especially want to recognize Derek, the event manager for the night. He went about and beyond at every moment of the night. He was extremely friendly and accommodating with every need. Honestly, he made the night. I would definitely recommend Celebrations to my newly engaged friends! Thank you for such an amazing and memorable night!”
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Lawrence Township is in Mercer County, New Jersey. What is now Lawrence Township was originally formed as Maidenhead Township on February 20, 1697, while the area was still part of Burlington County. The township was named by the early Quaker settlers after Maidenhead, a Thames River village west of London. On January 24, 1816, the municipality was renamed Lawrence Township, in honor of Captain James Lawrence — commander of the frigate USS Chesapeake and one of the naval heroes of the War of 1812 — best known for his dying command of “Don’t Give up the Ship.”