May 26th, 2012, 05:23 PM #11
Real weddings in Pasadena, CA, USA - Wedding Mapper
Good luck to you! I just got engaged too and live in Pasadena so whatever you do come up with let me know because I need a venue as well! I was thinking of doing it at Pasadena City Hall (It's not as bad as you think) or Descanso Gardens.
May 26th, 2012, 05:31 PM #12
You may also like this place called Castle Green. Nice interior/exterior and fairly cheap (atleast compared to the Huntington Gardens Standard).
Pasadena's Historic Castle - Castle Green
I'm going to a wedding in July on a yacht and I believe the total price was around 75$ per person which isn't too bad if you are not having a lot of people attending. If you are interested I can look that up for you as well.
May 26th, 2012, 07:51 PM #13
Thats Rancho Capistrano. We were married there. I thought they were closing it down. I guess someone bought it and kept it open?
Originally Posted by Homer Simpson
May 26th, 2012, 08:06 PM #14
The LA Arboretum is a great place, used to live down the street, rose gardens and all, don't know what the cost would be though.
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Just went to a ceremony there a couple of months ago. Really nice and from what i gather really affordable.
May 27th, 2012, 09:35 PM #20
no, both pics are from my wedding at the asian art museum in pasadena.
Originally Posted by BeerMan
i think it only cost me a small donation and a year's membership at the museum to get married there. haha.
we rented chairs, the lanterns and a vintage rolls, paid a bagpiper to do the music for my walk down the aisle and hired a local florist that the museum recommended to do the flowers. i'd say the photog was the most expensive out of everything other than the reception at the restaurant.
btw, congrats on the impending nuptials!