Post # 1
So the mr and i have been engaged for 2 yrs..YES..I said it ..but after the engagement, my father passed, then shortly after that my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer….she is finally in the stage of remission and we want to plan a small wedding reception for family/friends…we are looking for either hall/restaurant that will hold 100-120 with room to get our boogie on…Im in the Santa Clarita area, but am looking around the SFV valley…so any suggestions ladies..help…OH AND DID I MENTION WE ARE ON A BUDGET…mommas hospital bills are still being paid by us!
Post # 3
Holy moly! It sounds like you have had some tough times. Best wishes to your mom!
Check out Malibou Lake Mountain Club in Agoura. They are by far the most reasonably priced place in the Valley area and is in a pretty setting.
Another idea is Calamigos Equestrian Club. I think its in the Encino area.
Post # 4
Hi, I am so happy for you to have this day so close to happening now, and I am so sorry for what you and your family have had to endure. But good things happen to those who wait…trust me I know this from experience. Well about venues, I also looked everywhere from the SF valley to Pasadena and are also on a tight budget. We decided to go with Imperial Palace banquet hall in Pasadena, but one of our other top picks was Knollwood Country Club in Granada Hills. Also, I heard that Robinson Ranch in Santa Clarita was great, but unfortunately was too small for us, but with the guests you have in mind it should def work out. My MOH told me she attended a wedding at Robinson Ranch and that it was very pretty and that the bride she got a deal and was able to negotiate with the venue. Good luck, and hope all goes well.
Post # 5
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
Calamigos Equestrian is in Burbank, I think. 🙂
It’s hard to list budget venues in SFV because there are SO many and I’m not sure what your idea of “budget” is (Calamigos was “Big Splurge” to me!). I think your best bet is to find a restaurant there to host your reception, especially one that doesn’t typically do weddings. We’ve used Darband in Tarzana for a lot of family events, and you can do all of your food and drinks for a pretty reasonable cost there (I think they may be a little too small for your wedding, though), but really I’d just check on Yelp… probably the best way to find a restaurant with reasonable prices and a decently formal atmosphere.
I’m sorry you’ve had to go through so much in the last few years, but I wish you the best moving forward in your life and your wedding planning!!
Post # 6
You should really check out the Rococo Room in Pasadena. We wanted that place since the food was great and affordable but our wedding party is a bit too big for the space.
Post # 7
THANK YOU SOOO MUCH LADIES…I will definately check on all the suggestions that were given..luckily my mom is very positive and so are we and she is very excited to walk her daughter down the isle… 🙂
Post # 8
try odyssey in granada hills. they are pretty inexpensive 🙂 good luck!