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The Palace at Somerset Park is one of the Tri-State Region’s most unique and extravagant venues. Old World European charm, stately modern amenities, and plenty of unique touches make for an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind wedding. It’s an incredible option for your epic wedding day. Keep on reading to learn more about The Palace at Somerset Park wedding venue!
The Palace is an incredible 80,000-square-foot Palladian-style mansion. It was established in 2005 to host some of the area’s most abundant events, conferences, and gatherings. Inspired by the Newport homes of the Vanderbilts and Astors, this extraordinary venue looks like it was built centuries ago. However, when you step inside, you’ll see that it still looks modern and relevant. The Palace has been featured on various wedding shows since opening. It has earned the Best of the Knot award for over six years in a row!
Begin your wedding day in one of The Palace’s extraordinary, spacious suites. Designed specifically for large wedding parties, these 1,000 sq ft rooms include all the must-haves. They house floor-length mirrors, multiple restrooms, salon chairs, lounge furniture, and more for a relaxing start to your wedding day.
The enormous venue is divided into two main venues: The East House and the West House. The East House features floors of gray St. Germain and Creme, a Marfil marble, and an antique Tuscan Fountain in the foyer to greet your guests. This venue space reflects the opulence of a 17th-century ballroom. It features a 24-foot ceiling and a romantic Juliette balcony overlooking the space. A private terrace with four pits and views of The Palace grounds connects through French doors.
The West House features soft, cognac-colored couture fabrics, mahogany-toned paneling, and a gorgeous hand-carved antique French fireplace as an elegant focal point. Inspired by 17th-century Venetian palazzos, this venue part features three French doors leading to the West Terrace.
You can also combine the East and West House for one incredible venue. This will give you plenty of space for every moment of your celebration.
The Palace at Somerset Park, situated on 30 acres of beautiful property, is surrounded by trees and rolling green lawns. The landscape makes for some beautiful photo backdrops. Additionally, the venue’s terraces and gardens are fantastic for fresh, romantic pictures, especially in warmer months. Indoors, the decor in the beautiful foyers is ideal for couple portraits, and other signature details and architecture throughout the venue offer unique photo ops, too.
Hosting grand specialty events is The Palace’s claim to fame, so you can bet that their event bookings have some pretty incredible amenities. Their culinary team, led by some of the area’s finest chefs, will work with you to curate a customizable dinner menu and cocktail reception. Their in-house pastry chefs are known for their gourmet wedding cakes and elaborate Viennese dessert displays.
You’ll also be able to work with their in-house wedding planners, who have years of experience bringing dream weddings to life. They’ll collaborate with your choice of vendors to ensure that your wedding is exactly what you imagine. You can leave it to their events team to help coordinate unique floor plan layouts, help with menu selections, compose timelines, and more.
You can end your wedding day with a dramatic fireworks display on one of the terraces, taking in the breathtaking sights surrounded by your friends and family while in the arms of your brand-new spouse.
If you’re seeking an extraordinary venue space with plenty of specialty touches and Old-World details, you must consider a Palace at Somerset Park wedding. We’ll help you capture every candid moment and coordinate the details of your wedding day so you can relive it every time you look through your pictures. Let’s chat!