(Closed) Eeek! Trying to wedding plan from Australia for a wedding in Santa Cruz, CA

posted 7 years ago in California – Central California
Post # 3
130 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2005

@OzToCaBride:  There is a Monterey Wedding Professional website that lists a lot of great vendors.  Google it and hopefully it helps you out as there are some SC vendors on it.

Long tables are always fun and look great.  There are so many great linens you could pick too for a backyard wedding.  There are lots of wonderful photographers in San Francisco, Santa Cruz, and Monterey that I am sure would be willing to drive out to your area.

The Buttery is good in Santa Cruz too.  Good luck!

Post # 4
133 posts
Blushing bee

Yelp.com has great reviews of vendors and is pretty updated. For shuttles/limos I’ve used limos.com successfully to compare and reserve limos. If you’re looking for a wedding cake I highly recommend Edith Meyer wedding cakes. She’s located in Santa Cruz and makes extremely delicious (and organic) cakes. Good luck!

Post # 6
3344 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Hello! Just wanted to shout out to you, as a Santa Cruz local and former bride.

These are the vendors we used and recommend.  I will not list our photog, as I do not recommend him at all.

Venues: Holy Cross Church, Sesnon House

Cake: The Buttery.  Edith Meyer’s cake was incredibly good, but her minimum is $800.  The cake we got from The Buttery was less than half that and super yum.

Food: Five Star Catering

DJ: Spencer Weddings and Entertainment

Flowers: Seascape Flowers

Make-up: Bella Rouge


Post # 8
941 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I lived in Santa Cruz for awhile, and just wanted to put in my two cents that The Buttery is amazing.  (I mean, with a name like that how could it not be).  I’ve never had wedding cake, though the other cakes I’ve had from them are really good.  And I’m pretty sure that I spent a part of my day looking at their wedding cakes, which were beauitful. 

Unfortunately, I haven’t been in Santa Cruz with any wedding planning cross-over…so I don’t have much more to add except for a thumbs up to them.  🙂  And to say that there are so many beautiful places in Santa Cruz, it hopefully shouldn’t be too hard to pin down a venue.  

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