Come enjoy the complete wedding experience at Celebrations Wedding Facility, Lebanon, NJ’s premier wedding venue and banquet hall. A Celebrations wedding package provides first class elegance that is unmatched in Lebanon, 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 venues for receptions and ceremonies, 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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“I don’t have the words to even describe how incredible our experience was with Celebrations and the staff that works there! From the moment my husband and I walked in the door for a consultation for booking to our big day, we felt like royalty and a part of the Celebrations family. We originally booked our event to be in 2017, but some of our family’s health was in question so we decided to move the wedding up to May of 2016. Marie Elise and Frank were quite understanding and more than accommodating. Everyone we met that worked there was extremely friendly and helpful. The venue is absolutely exquisite and the food is magnificent. Marie Elise and Patricia made sure that every minute of our wedding was perfect and stress-free. We have friends and family still calling us raving about how amazing Celebrations was and how great of a time they had; Celebrations is definitely the place you want to have your next gathering!”
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Lebanon is a borough in Hunterdon County. Its population is approximately 1,400. Lebanon was officially incorporated as a borough in 1926.