With the recent Thomas Fire and Flood devastation in Santa Barbara wiping out or causing delay to several popular wedding locations, engaged couples may think Santa Barbara is simply not the spot to get married in 2018. On the contrary, I think it is better than ever – especially when you have a professional planner to help you navigate the logistics of what is available, and suits your spending plan and date. A local professional wedding planner’s knowledge means he/she is in the trenches of what has been going on here location-wise, as well as is privvy to locations and venues (many not advertised to the public) and because of his/her in-depth knowledge of location, site fees and more, will know almost instantly the leading locations to which you should be steered, saving you invaluable time and money.Read More >>
Alisal Guest Ranch is my number one favorite wine country ranch wedding and event location in Santa Barbara County. While a ranch buy-out is necessary for most weddings on the main ranch in order to ensure the bride and groom get the legendary service for which Alisal is known, Alisal River Terrace does not require a ranch buy-out. Here are my top 5 reasons Alisal River Terrace is one of my favorite wine country ranch wedding locations:Read More >>
Two thousand ten. Twenty ten. However you say it, it’s a new year and the start of a new decade. The economy is showing signs of recovering and it’s a good year to get married!
But then again, anytime is a good time to get married in Santa Barbara. A Santa Barbara wedding means that there is a wide variety of wedding locations for every taste. From rustic country elegance for a Santa Barbara wine country wedding at a vineyard , quaint inn, ranch or private estate to theRead More >>