Livingston, NJ 07039
Before it became a beloved event venue, the historic Crystal Plaza was originally a residential mansion. The initial Livingston, New Jersey-based residence was built in the late 1800s by famed architect Stanford White, who was responsible for designing the Tiffany building on Fifth Avenue, the original Madison Square Garden complex and the arch at Washington Square Park in Manhattan, among other landmark structures. While the restored building has since been reincarnated as one of the leading wedding and event spaces in the tri-state area, it still maintains the feeling of its 19th century grandeur, making it a distinct and picturesque setting for special days of all kinds.
Their impeccable, white-glove service begins the moment you arrive. Crystal Plaza hosts only one event at a time, ensuring that our dedicated team focuses singularly on you and your every need. From the elegant Grand Ballroom boasting numerous chandeliers (how the Crystal Plaza name came to be) to the lush gardens that change beautifully with the seasons, there are myriad backdrops to complement your wedding.
Crystal Plaza venue houses three separate kitchens for non-kosher, kosher and glatt kosher catering, and they offer a full range of services both on- and off-premises to further provide guests choices that suit their individual styles and beliefs. There’s no one-size-fits-all here.
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—This private mansion is one of the state's finest venues, with a gorgeous ballroom and historic architecture.
—Lush outdoor gardens for ceremonies.
—Multi-million-dollar renovations during Covid, including a brand-new atrium ceremony space, bridal suite and the Vault, for the groomsmen.
—The food is out of this world!
—You're treated like family here by the Janoffs.