Planning A Chico Wedding

From the setting for your ceremony to the details on your cake (or cupcakes – we don’t discriminate when it comes to dessert), planning your wedding takes a fair amount of thought and a healthy dose of organization. It also takes the help of a vendor or two – or three, or 12 – which is lucky, because for your Chico wedding we have those in spades.

Wedding Venues in Chico

Accommodating up to 200 guests for a seated dinner reception, or as many as 400 for a cocktail hour themed celebration, the Chico Event Center is a Chico wedding venue with much to offer. Located on the top floor of the Brickworks Building near downtown, the space is open, airy, and filled with natural lighting and neutral colors perfect for supplementing any wedding day palette. Basic rentals, including tables, chairs, and the services of an event coordinator, doorman, and bartender are all provided as part of your special day, and the venue’s catering company works with you to create a menu centered on your specific taste and desires.

Just outside of Chico, Anselmo Vineyards is another area venue and well worth the short drive. Nestled into the Inwood Valley, this location is smack dab in the middle of 2,250 acres of vineyards, pastures, and views of nearby mountains Mt. Shasta and Mt. Lassen. Wedding packages are available to help make your planning process simple, and the settings here are absolutely exquisite. A stained glass conservatory is a recent addition to the vineyard and a stunning place to hold a seated reception of up to 220 of your loved ones.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

Photo credit: Heather Armstrong Photography

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