About This Vendor

Nanina’s In the Park is a New Jersey landmark famous for its cherry blossom gardens and Tuscan-style villa architecture that create a picture-perfect setting. It also boasts exceptional cuisine and impeccable service. It is this combination of location, service and ambiance that sets them apart.

Nanina’s is proudly family owned and operated. Nanina’s offers the ideal setting for extraordinary catered events including spectacular weddings, distinguished corporate affairs, and all your family celebrations. Their ballroom is reserved exclusively for one affair at a time and spaciously accommodates up to 400 seated guests.

Nanina’s has been hosting weddings for more than 65 years. Their gracious hospitality and brand-new multi-million-dollar renovation offer the perfect wedding experience.
The lavishly manicured grounds and traditional architecture provide the perfect scenery for an outdoor ceremony and cocktail hour. For your cocktail hour, consider multiple indoor rooms as well as a garden terrace, waterfall, balconies, and outdoor ceremony spaces. Enjoy outstanding cuisine, crystal chandeliers, an elaborate lighting system and a grand ballroom perfect for a princess bride.

Nanina’s In the Park strives to make your event perfect from start to finish. The courteous and attentive service staff, world-renowned award-winning chefs and even the owners and managers will be there to make sure that all your needs are met. They also provide you with access to their many partners and vendors which will make your day complete.

Nanina’s In The Park & Branch Brook Park

Nanina’s In The Park is located on the cusp of New Jersey’s Branch Brook Park, noted for its exquisite cherry blossom trees that flower each spring. The 360 acres of Branch Brook Park were designed in the American romantic tradition, with undulating hills, scenic vantage points of the lake and gurgling streams meandering through woodland glades. The park was conceived by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1867 and designed by the Olmsted Brothers firm between 1898 and 1938. You may recognize the Olmsted name from his work constructing Central Park in New York City.


Reception Capacity Range: Up to 400
Number of Simultaneous Events: 1
Waiter to Guest Ratio: 1:8
Number of Courses: 6


  • All food and beverage handled by venueTrue
  • Bridal suiteTrue
  • Crystal chandeliersTrue
  • Custom menusTrue
  • Event plannerTrue
  • Gardens for picturesTrue
  • Grand ballroomTrue
  • Ice sculpturesTrue
  • Indoor ceremoniesTrue
  • Lighting packageTrue
  • Newly renovatedTrue
  • Outdoor ceremoniesTrue
  • Outdoor patiosTrue
  • Valet parkingTrue
  • WeddingTrue

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