Best Budget Wedding Venues on Cape Cod – Mid Cape Edition

Did you know that Cape Cod is the 6th most expensive place to get married in the USA? In a study done by wedding website The Knot, the average wedding on Cape Cod cost a whopping $54,334. If that price has you clutching your pearls and checking flights to Vegas, fear not. Nobody knows how to find a deal better than a Cape Codder. Here’s our picks for the best inexpensive wedding venues on the Cape, Mid-Cape Edition.

Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary – If you think you have to spend big bucks for a water front view, you’re wrong.  Having your wedding ceremony here on the bluff can also include a guided nature walk or kayaking. Pricing is based on number of guests. $950 for 51-150 guests

Old Colonial Courthouse Barnstable – Barnstable residents get first priority when reserving this history meeting house, but the rental fee for two days (Wedding and Rehearsal ) is $550
The Audience Room YarmouthPort – Stained glass windows, pipe organs, carved woods, bells ringing… All your romantic dreams come true at this non-religious non profit venue. There’s even a function room for a reception. All for under $2000.

Lorusso Lodge at Flax Pond Yarmouth – If a rustic venue has been your dream, break out those mason jars and contact the folks at Yarmouth Town Hall. Lorusso Lodge at Flax Pond was opened in 2014 and has been hosting small weddings for budget conscious couples ever since. Prices are based on the number of guests and residents of Yarmouth receive a discount. To give you an idea, for a non resident with 200 guests, the cost would be under $1200!

Barnstable Beaches and JFK Memorial Wedding Permits are FREE. There are a few catches: no structures like arches or chairs, you aren’t allowed to move anyone along so that family sunbathing will be in the background of your pictures, and all ceremonies must take place after 5:30pm. But it’s FREE!

By Rebecca Romo, Lifestyle Reporter

About Rebecca Romo

Rebecca Romo hosts Feel Good Mornings weekday mornings from 6-10 am on 99.9 The Q. Originally from New Orleans, she moved to Cape to be with her husband a second generation Cape Codder.
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