>Its been a while and I’m way behind on my weddings. The third wedding I went to was located near San Martin at the Corde Valle Resort. This venue was a golf course, winery, and country club. It has massive grounds that were all so beautiful to look at. As you enter the gates you are entering a valley of green and yellow hills that make you feel you are somewhere else completely different from the Bay.
d many deer on the path. Once you got up the hill we were going to watch the ceremony on an golf green that over looked the hills.As the ceremony began the sun was beating down on everyone. The venue offers parasols to the guests watching the wedding. It gives the vibe of elegance but it was difficult to see over others. Its a great look for a wedding but you have to take in consideration how are people going to see over them once the ceremony begins (especially the little ones).
Once the ceremony was over we were escorted by golf carts back to the country club for cocktails. The food at the cocktail hour was great so I was only anticipating how good dinner was going to be. The cocktail hour was out on a large patio that had Chineselanterns dropping from the overhang.
The reception room was so bright and beautiful right after the cocktail hour. The accents of gold really gave the room a little bit of twinkle that added to the whimsy of the room. The gold frames were a great idea for place cards as they were already set at the table. Although it can be very time consuming to preparesuch a detailed and exact seating arrangement, it was very beautiful to walk up to and see the table theme completely set up.
The rest of the evening was great. I had some great conversations with the people at my table and hopefully gave tehir kids some good life advice. Overall the wedding was enchanting with its pink peonies and was elgent with the gold accents.