Come enjoy the complete wedding experience at Celebrations Wedding Facility, Trenton‘s premier wedding venue and banquet hall. A Celebrations wedding package provides first class elegance that is unmatched in Trenton, 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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“We want to extend our most sincere thanks and gratitude for making our wedding PERFECT. The amount of care you put into every detail… the service… the food… the decor… Our guests could not stop complimenting every aspect of the Celebrations experience! Your facility is beautiful! All the staff are pleasant, efficient and flexible. We wouldn’t change a single thing! Thank You All!” ~Jennifer & Matthew A..
Trenton is the capital city of the State of New Jersey and the county seat of Mercer County. As of the 2010 United States Census, Trenton had a population of 84,913, making it the state’s 10th-largest municipality. The first settlement which would become Trenton was established by Quakers in 1679. By 1719, the town adopted the name “Trent-towne”, after William Trent, one of its leading landholders. This name later was shortened to “Trenton”. During the American Revolutionary War, the city was the site of the Battle of Trenton, George Washington’s first military victory. On December 26, 1776, Washington and his army, after crossing the icy Delaware River to Trenton, defeated the Hessian troops garrisoned there. After the war, Trenton was briefly the national capital of the United States in November and December 1784. Today, Trenton’s biggest employer is still the state of New Jersey. Each weekday, 20,000 state workers flood into the city from the surrounding suburbs.