Wedding Venues in Sacramento

Your wedding day is made up of dozens of details – from the groom’s tie to the color of the linens on the table, and everything in between. But it’s a safe bet to say that the biggest detail of them all is also the one you’ll have to make a decision about first: the venue. However, because the site itself is such a large decision to make early in your planning, we wanted to pull together a few Sacramento wedding venues to give you an idea of what these options are all about.

Scribner Bend Vineyards

Just a few miles south of Sacramento, and located right on the Sacramento River, Scribner Bend Vineyards is a classic winery and beautiful wedding venue. The wines are award-winning, and the property’s expansive lawn, gardens, and vineyards provide an excellent outdoor ceremony location.

Crocker Art Museum

Located in the heart of downtown Sacramento, the Crocker Art Museum is a one-of-a-kind blend of art and architecture (plus excellent service) that practically guarantees you and every guest at your celebration will be attending a party to remember. The courtyard is a reception favorite with its clean white walls and floors, and the nearby ballroom is another option with intimate indoor space.

The Citizen Hotel

A breathtaking combination of vintage architecture and elegant styling, The Citizen Hotel is one of the prettiest urban venues in Sacramento. Several wedding sites are available for ceremonies and receptions, and an on-site wedding specialist and catering staff are part of the venue’s wedding packages. In particular, the Plaza Park Ballroom’s white columns and crystal chandeliers are reception-ready sophistication.

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.

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