We have hosted over 2,000 special events including Wedding Ceremonies, Wedding Receptions, Quinceaneras, Sweet 16’s, Wedding Anniversaries, Birthdays, Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Graduations, Proms, Corporate Events, Holiday Parties, and all other Special Occasions. We offer two grand ballrooms, the Remington Ballroom and the Crystale Ballroom, whose unique looks evoke the old French Chateau charm of Renaissance architecture. Our rooms are adorned with Corinthian columns, huge Swarovski crystal chandeliers, custom designed elegant drapery, and a distinctive metal panel inlay ceiling. The Remington Ballroom is 3,300 square feet and can accommodate up to 150 guests banquet style while the Crystale Ballroom is 9,000 square feet and can accommodate up to 500 guests banquet style. Our gorgeous Outdoor Patio area can be the site for your dream ceremony or can be transformed into an elegant outdoor cocktail hour for your guests. All your wishes, needs, and desires for your Special Event will be met at the Chateau Crystale.
Our culinary experts can prepare a delectable array of international cuisine for the most discriminative palette. Our Executive Chef backed with our Chefs de Cuisine have created a wonderful selection of savory menu inspirations for you to taste.
Chateau Crystale is a full service facility, which means that we are your one-stop-shop for all of your event needs. Our services include, but are not limited to, Inspired International Cuisine, Exclusive Bridal Cakes, Unique Groom’s Cakes, Fresh Flower Bouquets, Specialty Lighting, DJ Service, Photo Booths, Limousine Service, Ice Sculptures, Chocolate Fountains, Champagne Tower, Specialty Linens, and Décor. Chateau Crystale’s Team and all of our Exclusive Preferred Vendors will take the weight off your shoulders allowing you to have a stress free event planning experience.
Wedding Tips – To help you search for that perfect wedding venue.
As soon as you arrive in a particular venue you will automatically have a certain feeling towards it. You have to trust your instinct. If you feel a certain positive vibration to the venue then that ís a good start. In the same way, you will know automatically if a certain venue is not right for you and your wedding.
A wedding is a very important event so take time to get the venue right. Ideally, you should start looking for a venue at least a year before the wedding date. This would give you enough time to make the right decisions and change the venue in case anything happens.
Consider the size. The size of the venue is a very important consideration. If the venue is too small, the wedding will loose its intimacy. If it is too big, it will be cramped and uncomfortable. The size of your wedding will depend of course on the number of your guests. So before looking for a wedding you must at least have a rough idea of how many guests you will be planning to invite. Be as precise as possible. You cannot say that you’re planning to invite from 200 to 500 guests. The 300 person difference would matter a lot in terms of the venue size. You must also leave ample space for the dance area. The more guests you have, the larger space you need to allot for the dance area.
Check the parking space. One of the complaints of people who have attended weddings is the lack of parking space. Be sure that the wedding venue you will choose has ample space for all of your guests. Parking may be a minor consideration but it can spell the difference between a happy guest and a dissatisfied one.
Know the restrictions of the venue. Be sure to ask about the restrictions of a wedding venue if there are any. There may be restrictions about noise so you might not be able to employ a band or even a sound system. Some venues have time restrictions while some would allow you to party all night long. There are even venues with decorations restrictions. Check if the wedding venue would allow you to bring your own caterer, florist, decorator, etc… because there are venues that have preferred contractors and suppliers.
Draw a layout of your wedding. Have a layout of your wedding. Before choosing a wedding venue, you must already have a layout (either on your mind or drawn into paper) of your wedding. You must know where you want gusts to sit, the reception area, the dining area, etc. Then check if the venue fits your layout.