Friday, February 18, 2011

Ventura County Wedding Locations

Ventura County is home to some of the most beautiful and unique wedding venues. There are multiple Country Clubs, Hotels, Historic Homes, Garden Sites, Vineyards, Beach weddings, Restaurants, ocean piers, Zoo weddings park sites to name a few.  Really the choice is endless.

Pastries By Vreeke delivers to many wonderful wedding sites in the Ventura County.

Spanish Hills Wedding Cake

County Club Weddings in Ventura County
Sherwood Country Club, Thousand Oaks,
Spanish Hills Country Club, Camarillo
Moorpark Country Club, Moorpark
Saticoy Country Club, Somis
Sterling Hills, Camarillo
Los Posas Country Club, Camarillo
North Ranch County Club, Westlake

Sherwood Country Club Wedding Cake

Westlake Village Inn Wedding Cake

Hotel wedding sites in Ventura County
Hyatt Westlake, Westlake
Westlake Village Inn, Westlake
Mandalay Beach Resort, Oxnard
Four Seasons, Agoura

McCormick Home Ranch Wedding Cake

Historic Homes wedding sites in Ventura County
Camarillo Ranch Home, Camarillo
McCormick Home Ranch, Camarillo
Hummingbird Nest, Simi Valley

Golf Course wedding sites in Ventura County
Sterling Hills, Camarillo
Los Robles Greens Country Club, Thousand Oaks,
Wood Ranch Golf Club, Simi Valley

Vineyard wedding sites in Ventura County
Bella Victorian Vineyards, Camarillo

Bella Victorian Wedding Cake

Garden wedding sites in Ventura County
Hartley Botanica, Somis
Maravilla Gardens, Camarillo
Rancho de las Palmas, Moorpark,
Walnut Grove, Moorpark,

Hartley Botanica Wedding Cake

Other wonderful wedding sites in Ventura County
Calamigos Ranch, Malibu
Regan Library, Simi Valley
Scarlett Belle River Boat, Oxnard
Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens

Calamigos Ranch Wedding Cake

 Tips when visiting wedding sites in Ventura County:
(courtesy of Here Comes the Guide)
•If you really love the site, ask the venue representative to put together a proposal with all the pricing and policies—including the tax and service charge—so you have an idea of the basic cost.

•Bring a camera with you to every location you visit, and organize the photos by location name when you get home. After seeing a series of places, it’s easy to confuse them. Having a photographic record will help you remember what was special about each site.

•Pay attention to venue as a whole: Check out everything, including the restrooms, the foyer, the dressing rooms, the outdoor lighting and even the kitchen. You want to be sure your vision can be realized at this location. If possible, make arrangements with the site representative to visit the venue when it’s set up for a wedding.

•GET EVERYTHING IN WRITING. Your date is not officially reserved until you sign a contract and, in many cases, give a deposit—even if a site contact says you don’t need to worry about it. Once you’ve found THE PLACE, make sure you ask what is required to get your booking locked in and then follow through on satisfying those requirements. And don’t assume that just because the site coordinator said you can have 4 votive candles per table, you’ll get them. Before you sign a contract, read the fine print and make sure it includes everything you and the site contact agreed on. As new things are added or changed in your contract, have the updated version printed out and signed by you and the site representative. Also, document all your conversations in emails and keep your correspondence. more

Check out Google Maps for Ventura County Wedding Venues

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