Planning A San Diego Wedding

Written by Samuel Wong
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Ask any wedding planner in San Diego what the most important step in planning a wedding is, and they'll probably tell you to look at the weather for the month when you're having your wedding. While San Diego's weather is perfect 90 percent of the time, there are a few days out of the year when the sunshine is replaced with clouds and rain. Otherwise, planning a wedding is up to you and your imagination.

Some people may find the hardest part about planning a wedding in San Diego is choosing a location. Many people's first instinct is to have their wedding at the beach. For people who don't like to get their feet wet, there are various places in La Jolla that offer a view of the ocean, such as the La Jolla Women's Club and Scripps Park, near La Jolla Cove. There are also a few churches in the village of La Jolla a few blocks away from the Pacific Ocean.

Getting Married in San Diego

For people whose hair gets all frizzy when they get too close to the beach, inland locations like Balboa Park just minutes from downtown, and Presidio Park near Old Town are perfect locations. Many of these locations are popular wedding spots, so make sure to reserve your location well in advance. If you want to get hitched with the sounds of slot machines in the background, Barona Valley Ranch and Casino has a quaint little chapel.

San Diego hosts several bridal bazaars each year, giving you the opportunity to see the latest trends in weddings and post-wedding events. Here you can meet with different vendors and service providers that can make planning your wedding easier than you ever dreamed. These shows are packed with wedding experts, such as DJs, caterers, and wedding planners who know just how to put on a memorable show.


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