Just a quick note about a few unique wedding location venues in Orange County.
Red Horse Barn
Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center
18381 Goldenwest St.
Huntington Beach, CA.
If you're an equestrian, you'll love having your wedding at the Red Horse Barn, located next to an exclusive 10-horse stable. Their outdoor lawn area can accommodate more than 300 guests for both a ceremony and reception, and includes a large bridal suite and groom's room.
For more info you can contact their Event Coordinator, Jennifer Kawai, at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call 714-848-6565.
The Historic Cottage at San Clemente State Beach
San Clemente State Beach is located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, and offers an historic cottage with a patio and catering kitchen for your wedding. Accommodating up to 150 guests, the Historic Cottage at San Clemente State Beach is a lovely location, and fairly reasonable to rent year round:
$2300.00 weekendsOther fees include:
$250.00 per hour on the weekdays (4 hour minimum)
Alcohol permit: $150.00
Insurance is required. Permits accepted on a first-come, first serve basis one year in advance. To reserve the cottage you can contact the California State Parks at 949-366-8589.
777 Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach, CA
Tivoli Too! is a European-style courtyard set against the backdrop of the hills of Laguna Beach. Ceremonies take place in front of their cascading waterfall, where you are surrounded by lush greenery and flowers.
Rental fees for Tivoli Too! start at $2,500 for a Saturday/Sunday morning brunch wedding for up to 50 guests, on up to $11,000 for a Saturday evening wedding for up to 100 guests. (Additional guests are extra, depending on day and time) Their wedding coordinators and event planners are available seven days a week, so email them at email@example.com to get started.
Heritage Museum of Orange County
3101 West Harvard Street
Santa Ana, CA
Museums are also fun and unique places for weddings or other events, and the Heritage Museum of Orange County is no exception. Located in Santa Ana, the Museum offers the perfect spot for your garden wedding, featuring rose gardens, jasmine-laden trellises and citrus blossoms. There are several spots at the Museum you can choose for your ceremony, including the gazebo, rose garden or fountain plaza in front of the Kellog House. The folks at the Museum seem pretty relaxed, even stating on their website that you can set up whatever you like on the grounds: tents, dance floors, "even a bounce house for the kids." That's pretty laid back.
For more information you can call them at 714-540-0404 x223 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.