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10 Staff-Picked Venues for the Big Day

1. “Temecula’s Ponte Winery and Vineyard Inn is a beautiful escape from the city pace—and I could uncork bottle after bottle of the Super T blend.”
–Sarah Pfledderer, Editor

2. “The exposed brick and hard concrete at the Luce Loft (pictured) transports me to a big city. Such an open and modern space!”
–Kaylie Rolin, Events and Social Marketing Manager

3. “You can’t beat the beautiful colors at The Saguaro Hotel. Plus, who’s to pass up an easy trip to Palm Springs?”
Hannah Rhodes, Marketing Art Director

4. “As a golfer, Carlsbad’s Park Hyatt Aviara Resort is right on par with all my needs—18 holes and plenty of sunshine.”
Jim Fitzpatrick, CEO and Publisher

5. “I could sip wine in the vines at Temecula Creek Inn’s The Meadows time after time, not to mention the golf course and spa to keep me occupied the rest of the weekend.”
Mackenzie Moore, Production Designer

6. “Rancho Bernardo Inn holds a special place in my memories. It’s where my husband and I stayed the night of our wedding!”
–Kyra Hillenmeyer, Project Manager

7. “The perfect balance of intimacy and luxury, Rancho Valencia is a paradise disguised as a resort—and just a short drive away from downtown San Diego!”
–Amy Dunphy, Marketing Coordinator

8. “The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is the only place on earth that I’m optimistic a giraffe can officiate my wedding!”
Analia Pribyl, Creative Director

9. “Mission Bay has a total romantic getaway in the Bahia Resort Hotel. Who wouldn’t want to be married beachside under palm trees?”
Rebecca Wilson, Designer

10. “Beaches aren’t the only thing San Diego has to offer. I can soak up the sun at Lake San Marcos’s fun new venue, Lakehouse Hotel & Resort, for days on end.”
Fiona Leung, Senior Event Manager

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