Pleasanton also known as “P-town,” is a wonderful and culturally diverse city. It is a great place to have your wedding and have your family and friends come together for your milestone moment. As a wedding planner I thought I would list some interesting venues I found in this area, to help couples with ideas and options to think about. In no specific order are the venues I have highlighted below. I felt they were affordable and wedding friendly for couples to think about.
The Palm Event Center. Don’t be fooled by the name, this is not a recreation or community center as you probably thought. Palm Event Center is a beautiful rustic winery estate with splendid palm trees and ribbons of grape vineyards stretching across the gorgeous valley. A deeply romantic rural setting and is the ideal venue for weddings small or large. Their barrel room which once was used for storing wine barrels has now transformed into your very own intimate wedding reception. So now that I’ve told you about the hottest wedding venue in Pleasanton, don’t waste anymore time. Hire a Wedding Planner to get the rest of your wedding plans organized so you don’t have to worry about a thing on your big day.
Pleasanton Masonic Center. Choose from two spacious rooms inside or the elegant Alisal gardens outside. This wedding venue has absolutely everything. If you plan your wedding reception inside, you will be able to comfortably fit 170 to 270 guests. Or you can also take advantage of the garden outside and have an evening garden wedding reception. With glowing lanterns on each table and band music you’ll be sure to set the mood. You can rent this wedding venue at a pretty affordable rate so get your wedding planner to call in soon before slots get filled up!
Castlewood Country Club. Picture you and your groom exchanging your vows underneath majestic old oak trees with a refreshing view of the golf course behind you. Or if you are planning a winter or fall wedding, you can hold your ceremony in one of the banquet rooms of the country club, with glowing romantic lighting and exquisite chandeliers hanging from above. Tell your guests to bring their dancing shoes as they have a 6000 square feet dance floor to enjoy. With an 18 hole golf course and tennis courts at this country club, you’ll be sure that Dad and husband-to-be get plenty of family bonding time! This venue does not have any overnight accommodations so it might be a good idea to have your wedding planner book some hotel rooms nearby.
Palm Pavilion. Planning for a spring wedding? This may just be the wedding venue for you. This venue includes a wine garden with floral landscaping a beautiful backdrop as you walk down the aisle. Palm Pavilion can accommodate up to 300 guests with 5000 square feet of indoor space. You won’t have to pay extra for renting chairs and tables as they come already set up with this venue. Want to save some extra cash? Tell your wedding planner to book it on a weekday at just $100 an hour!
There is a lot to think about when it comes to planning a wedding. Do you get butterflies every time you realize there’s one more thing you hadn’t thought of for your wedding? You are the bride; you should be spoiled, pampered and happy, instead of worrying about everything going smoothly. Leave the worrying to a wedding planner. A Wedding Planner in the San Francisco Bay Area will know exactly how to find a beautiful and affordable wedding venue and will also take care of the rest of your wedding details.