Want an elegant Sacramento wedding? You might want to consider the Capitol Plaza Hall, a short walk to the State Capitol and the Sacramento Convention Center. Capitol Plaza boasts 19th Century, hand-painted ceilings, with four different halls and ballrooms in which to have your wedding or reception.
If your wedding party is under 270, give the Silver Ballroom a look, which is a snazzy Art Deco ballroom which really has the feel of the Thirties and Forties.
Their largest hall is the Grand Hall with seating for up to 1,000 people. That's if you're REALLY popular.
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If you have lots of out-of-town guests there are plenty of great places to stay in Sacramento. For guests who want to sample something a little novel, have them try out the Delta King Riverboat. It's a real riverboat that used to ferry passengers between San Francisco and Sacramento. Just let your guests know it's a tourist attraction, so it will be busy in the area.
A little more upscale (okay, a lot more upscale) is the Amber House Bed and Breakfast, 8 blocks from the Capitol, Amber House is actually historic houses located across the street for one another, with rooms named after famous musicians and writers. Frommer's says it's Mozart Room in Musician's Manor is the best, with a heart-shaped Jacuzzi and four-poster bed. Not a bad spot for a honeymoon as well. Oh, yeah, and there are in-room massages.