Post # 1
Hi Ladies! My fiance and I are having a rustic themed wedding and have been looking for barns in the Los Angeles/Orange County/San Diego area. It will need to sit 75-100 and possibly all-inclusive for under $6000. I wish our budget was more but we will be re-locating after the wedding to Denver.. Thank you in advance for any ideas! Greatly appreciated!!!
Post # 3
I suggest you check out Strawberry Farms Golf Course in Irvine – it may be out of your price range, though I’m not sure – I checked it out way back when but can’t remember the rates. Super cute, though! They hold receptions in a big red barn.
Also look at the Heritage Museum of Orange County – it is actually a small plot of land in Santa Ana with two historical houses, a little orange grove, a rose garden, a gazebo for ceremonies, and a lawn and patio area where they set up the reception. It is super adorable, pretty inexpensive, and would be perfect for a rustic wedding, I think. They even have a bunch of old farm equipment set up in the back of the property – perfect for rustic photo ops.
Post # 4
@CallsBlonde02: Check out the Newland Barn in Huntington Beach. It’s owned by the city so I think you can find it thru their parks and recreation dept. It’s got a huge lawn, gazebo, old water tower, patio and “barn” with a kitchen. It’s affordable and nice! Happy Wedding!
P.S. I found some pic’s of the barn on this website http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/SKa2FQj7lSVBOVIbgfSGKg?select=f2MA23sMC3WpJA2LgBlGuQ
Post # 5
@CallsBlonde02: We’re getting married at Highland Springs Resort, http://hsresort.com/index2.php. Its close enough to where I grew up, in San Clemente, to make it easy for family to get there, but far enough away to make it a little different. We are doing a sit down dinner, but if I remember correctly they offer a buffet option for around $20 per person, and discounts on the site fee (which is usually $3,000 but includes tables, chairs, etc) if you have your wedding during the low season.
Post # 6
@CallsBlonde02: Red Horse Barn in Huntington Beach and Heritage Museum of OC in Santa Ana. You get your venue fee tax deductible since it’s a non-profit.