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best venue!?!

we have appointments to check out the Darlington House in La Jolla, Mt. Woodson in Ramona, and the Hyatt on Mission Bay.

is there something I'm missing? should I keep looking or stick with these three?

thanks :)

Re: best venue!?!

  • edited December 2011
    Darlington House and Mt Woodson have a much different feel than the Hyatt....if you like that feel (which I do) you can look at the Thursday Club and La Jolla Women's Club....Don't get too bogged down looking at venues though....if you find one you like, go with it.

    Here are some vendors that I highly recommend for when you get to that point. They are fairly priced for their experience and quality.

    Photography:  Unveiled Wedding Photography

    Videography:  Ashley Video,

    Table/linen rental:  Flowers by Azhar   (619)-579-9300

    Flowers:  Posies (858) 693-7673 shop

    Caterer:  Wild Thyme Company

    DJ:  Mobile Music Plus. Jonny Dupre

    Band:  The Third Coast Jazz Band.

    Cake:  For The Love Of Cake
        Laurie O'Brien

    Hair:  Looks by Lynzy.  [email protected]

    Have fun and good luck!
  • edited December 2011
    The wedgewood in Fallbrook. It comes with everything! Cake, invitations, flowers, dj, etc.
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  • ameejogirlameejogirl member
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    edited December 2011
    wedgewood is on my list if we don't like the first three, thanks for the help :)
  • AWelshPearlAWelshPearl member
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    edited December 2011

    So far I'm liking the Grand Tradition Estate in Fallbrook. :)

  • TanaDionneTanaDionne member
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    edited December 2011
    I looked at 40+ venues in San Diego including all you mentioned, also estates which could host backyard weddings.

    We chose the Star of the Sea Event Center on the Harbor in San Diego. AMAZING sunset views for the reception, full bar in the room and a 5 star chef with the Center can provide food- if chosen, they wave the site fee!
  • edited December 2011
    If you want something private and beautiful look at Twin Oaks House and gardens in San Marcos. I am getting married here next month and the staff has been amazing! Note: they book about 18+ months out, so depending on your date it may not be possible because they only do 1 wedding per day. :)
    We just stopped preventing January 2013! I use a tablet so please forgive my auto correct! :)
  • ashleyk216ashleyk216 member
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    edited December 2011
    I work for North County Tavern + Bowl- We have done a wedding reception there.. is this something you might like? You can contact us at

    Good Luck
  • edited December 2011
    I'm a little partial since I just got married there but the Thursday Club in Point Loma is an amazing venue.  The ceremony site is gorgeous, there is a bridal room, and you can bring in all of your own alcohol which saves you hundreds of dollars. You also have panoramic ocean views from the ceremony site and cocktail hour patio. Highly recommend!!

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