Post # 1
I was wondering if anyone can suggest inexpensive wedding venues in Socal. My husband (we got married at the courthouse before his deployment) from Afghanistan about two months before we want our wedding, and we have a very limited budget. I would like, if possible, to get the venue plus food for 6000. I know it seems like a crazy goal, but I do want to have a beautiful wedding! Thanks!
Post # 3
@jbenson410: is the $6000 just for venue and food? Not including all the other wedding details, correct? If so, check out our venue Meadowlark Golf Club in Huntington Beach. I believe they still have their $5000 package option. Ours was the $7500 package. It was the ceremony and reception (food). It’s a beautiful location and they were so awesome to work with. Definitely look into them! 🙂 Good luck!
Post # 5
I was hoping you were military affiliated! That being said, try Admiral Baker Club or admiral kidd club. both places are pretty affordable san diego venues for military families, and admiral kidd has great photo opportunities overlooking the harbor. actually, i think all of the san diego bases, nbsd, coronado, point loma, miramar, have event centers, so i would call around and ask. i would also try the naval base san diego website, there should be a link there with all the different bases
Post # 6
I’m actually getting married next month at the admiral Kidd club in Point Loma. The view is amazing and the prices are decent. You won’t find anything else in San Diego with that view for that price. They charge $45-$60 per person. Let me know if you would like to see pix or if you have any questions.
Post # 7
Does anyone have reviews on the food for the military venues (Admiral Kidd Club, Oceanview Room Point Loma)? Beautiful location but not sure about the food…
Post # 8
You should also look at Breakers Beach on Coronado (also Navy).
Post # 9
@DCislandhopper: I’ve been to several weddings at the Admiral Kidd Club and the food’s not great. It’s pretty typical wedding food. It definitely won’t wow your guests but unless you’ve got a bunch of foodies people probably won’t remember it as being “bad.”