The Fairmont San Francisco hotel represents everything San Francisco. Its luxury and reputation are world famous, and its central location and gorgeous banquet rooms makes it a perfect place to have a wedding.
Here is the blog post from Trish & Willie’s wedding that we covered at this venue.
The building with the most beautiful ceiling in the city, the historic palace hotel is a gorgeous place to get married at. Classic and elegant, the hotel’s beauty is only surpassed by the level of service it provides. Its multiple ballrooms makes it possible to have anything from an intimate wedding to a grand affair of up to 600 guests.
Here is the blog post from Marina & Shing’s wedding that we covered at this venue.
One of the best places to get married at, the Ritz Carlton at Half Moon Bay is simply an amazing venue to hold your wedding. The service is impeccable and the food is simply amazing. It can get a bit windy, but hey, that just makes for better pictures.
Whether it is at the golf course or the beach below it, this beautiful venue is an ideal place for those couples looking for ridiculously gorgeous images on their wedding day.
Here is the blog post from Rachna & Jordan’s wedding that we covered at this venue.
Viansa Winery is an amazing venue. Sitting on a hilltop, it has a gorgeous view of the surrounding vineywards and the Sonoma Valley. The Tuscan inspired buildings make you feel like you are in an Italian villa.
Here is the blog post for Kiani & Ed’s wedding that we covered at this venue.
Nestled in the woods of Santa Cruz mountains, Nestldown is a gorgeous venue for those looking for a different feel than your typical San Francisco wedding venue. Getting married between huge redwoods really make this place a magical venue for your wedding day. The picturesque setting makes it a great backdrop for amazing wedding images.
Located just around 30 minutes from San Jose also makes this venue a short drive for all your local wedding guests.
Here is the blog post from Yawen & Vince’s wedding that we covered at this venue.
Located on Treasure Island, Pavilion By The Bay is a venue with an amazing view. With the beautiful San Francisco skyline in the background, this venue is one of a kind. The 6500+ square foot pavilion is capable of accommodating more than 300 people and the adjacent chapel makes it possible for couples to have both the ceremony and reception at the same spot.
Here is the blog post for Emily & Mike’s wedding that we covered at this venue.
Located in the heart of Santana Row in San Jose, Hotel Valencia is a chic hotel that is perfect for any couple looking for a more urban look for their wedding. Ranked as one of the 2010 Top 100 Hotels in United States by Condé Nast Travelers’ Readers’ Choice, this hotel has everything you need on your wedding day. The beautiful and cozy courtyard is an ideal ceremony site, and its 4000 square foot space provides plenty of space for your reception.
Here is the blog post for Vivian & Abel’s wedding that we covered at this venue.
V Sattui Winery is one of the most popular hangout spots in Napa. If you drive by it in a weekend, you will see a sea of people just sitting on the lawns around this beautiful place just having a picnic and enjoying the sun. Between the vineyard, the rustic building and the reception area in the barrel room, this winery serves as a perfect setting for the classic Napa winery wedding.
Here is the blog post for Diana & John’s wedding that we covered at this venue.
When you step in the Tra Vigne restaurant in St. Helena, you feel like you just stepped into Italy. The beautiful tuscan style courtyard and the amazing contemporary italian cuisine makes this an ideal wedding venue for those that are looking for a rustic style setting. Oh, did we mention that the food is amazing?
Here is the blog post for Melissa & Luis’s wedding that we covered at this venue.