A List of Hoboken Wedding Venues for Every Style

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Does your love of the mile square run deep? {No judgement here — ours does too, obviously.} If so, combining your love of the city with the love of your life and celebrating your wedding day within city limits is probably a good idea. Hoboken is home to several unique event spaces, sure to fit any style. While we may be limited on space in our 1 mile x 1 mile city, we’re definitely not limited on character and uniqueness. Check out a few of our favorite Hoboken wedding venues sure to meet your Mile Square must-haves.

Church of the Holy Innocents {524 Willow Avenue}: Royal Wedding Vibes

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You just can’t get more unique than having your wedding at a historic Hoboken landmark. The Church of the Holy Innocents is no longer a church, but the building remains and just recently started being used as an event space where many weddings and parties have taken place in the last year or two. You’ll have complete control over your wedding at this venue {including having to bring in tables and chairs}, and you can make it as elegant as you’d like — but the great news is you don’t have to try too hard with a gorgeous space like this. 

The W Hotel {225 River Street}: Downtown + Upscale


As Hoboken’s largest event space, the W Hoboken is a perfect location for the couple looking to celebrate their big day in a trendy, upscale, and glamorous way. Skylights, 19-foot ceilings, and large windows will be sure to impress and set the tone for a romantically modern evening — which can begin with a cocktail hour held at Lulu’s boasting breathtaking skyline views. For larger affairs, the great room can accommodate up to 230 guests, so whether you’re looking for a smaller celebration or a large and lavish affair, the space can adapt to your needs. Your guests will dine on carefully crafted cuisine by Halifax {yum!} as you party the night away as the W’s exclusive couple of the day.

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Kolo Klub {1422 Grand Street}: Rustic Romance


This 4,000-square foot loft can accommodate parties of 40-160 guests within its industrial chic space. Kolo Klub has rich hardwood floors, wooden ceilings and beams, combined with exposed brick and twinkling lights that set a perfectly romantic stage for your wedding night. And, since they work exclusively with Anthony David’s, you can rest assured knowing the food will steal the show, without upstaging the couple of the hour, of course. After party = Pilsenerhaus, right below!

Amanda’s {908 Washington Street}: Classically Intimate


If you’re thinking of a smaller, more intimate affair, look no further than Amanda’s. With the ability to accommodate up to 90 guests, your wedding celebration can focus more on incredible food, wine, and company — what’s better than that? Delectable dinner party, hors d’oeuvres, brunch, and lunch menu options enable you to truly customize your big event, which can be held in the “New Front Room” or the “Reserve Room” for smaller gatherings, or the “Ballroom” expanded into the “New Front Room” for parties up to 90.

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Barsky Gallery {49 Harrison Street}: Fun + Funky


For a unique open space, Barsky Gallery at 49 Harrison Street is a 1100 square ft. loft-style spot with cool, industrial vibes. Tall ceilings and exceptionally curated art work will take care of most of your décor needs, while local vendors and caterers take care of the rest. With an ideal capacity of 40 for a seated dinner and 85 or so for a cocktail reception, if you’re looking for a Hoboken venue with lots of versatility, be sure to check this space out.

Still not finding exactly what you’re looking for? Check out our list of waterfront wedding venues in Hoboken and Jersey City here.

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Erin is a freelance writer and lives in Hoboken with her husband and daughter. A proud Jersey Girl, she grew up in Central New Jersey but always had a love for Hudson County, with her father having grown up in Jersey City, and her grandfather proudly worked at Maxwell House for decades. Her words have been featured across many outlets including BRIDES, Allure, TeenVogue, The Today Show, Byrdie, and more. Erin also owns local Etsy shop GrandeGifts, and in her spare time can be found binging on all things Bravo.