(Closed) Riverside / Temecula / Murietta / Menifee Outdoor Budget Venue?

posted 9 years ago in Inland Empire, California
Post # 3
530 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I got married at Monteleone Meadows in Murrieta, which is the setting I think you’re looking for, but it is inclusive ($90/pp for food, cake, chairs and linens and whatever rentals you’d need to bring in otherwise).

I’m trying to think of cheaper venues where you can bring in your own vendors. The French Estate in Orange is outside vendor friendly I think and could provide the rustic charm you want (I just googled “french estate rustic wedding”-http://www.hoffyblog.com/2002/08/french-estate-orange/ super cute!). How about the Fullerton Arboretum? Citrus State Historic Park in Riverside?

Post # 6
102 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@samwisethebrave:  Try Lake Oak Meadows, they might be good for what you’re looking for. There is also a company out here, wine country weddings, that offers help in setting up weddings and they have a long list of estates and venues with that you’re looking for. Look them up!

Post # 7
90 posts
Worker bee
Post # 8
348 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - Italiano\'s Humble

It’s been FOREVERRRR since I’ve been there(and mostly to The Stampede aka the Club LOL)…but I thought the big casino out there had a gardeny-non palm tree kinda feel? It’s where my XH’s command had their USMC ball. IDK the name offhand, but it’s in Temecula.

It could be an area to try…OHHHH, and it’s a bit further out, but there is also Ramona. A friend of XH’s got married out there at a park(IDK if that’s an option). He’s from there, and while there are wineries and such, there’s a more “country” kinda feel, because it’s tucked away from the bigger cities. It’s out HWY 78, west-ish of Escondido.

Post # 9
6430 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: February 2013

Just to go back to the mountain thing for a second, we had our wedding in Lake Arrowhead at my mom’s cabin, and all of our guests were from OC (we’re from there as well). The drive isn’t that bad. Less than 2 hours in most cases. We loved the woodsy feel of our wedding, and we even had snow on the ground! (February) 

If it’s really what you want, go for it. The people who love you will travel.

Post # 12
348 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - Italiano\'s Humble

@samwisethebrave:  Pfft, familiarization, DOC, plus SoCal? Yeah, I’d say that’s a great deal! I know here in Houston it starts around $350 and goes up! So for that area, I think you’re good!

Post # 13
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samwisethebrave:  hi was wondering the final place u picked for your venue bc im looking for something the same.Thanks

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