Weddings are a life-altering, momentous and always harried affair for the betrothed and their family and friends. Case in point, the reality show Bridezillas — which incidentally had a segment filmed at Roadkill Ranch Boutique very recently! To help save the sanity of all those involved, Villa Del Sol comes to the rescue by providing one-stop shop event packages. Rather than enlisting the services of an overpriced wedding planner, Villa Del Sol already works extensively with a select coterie of premiere caterers, bakeries, florists, photographers, DJs and the like to ensure that one’s Big Day will be stress-free and full of joyous memories.

Villa Del Sol is a Spanish Colonial historic landmark with a rich architecture and alluring center courtyard. A bubbling, tiled fountain; beautiful islands of palm trees and flowers; and ivy covered breezeways that wrap around, all take center stage. On the second floor terrace, guests can enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Great for photo opportunities are the gorgeous backdrops of graceful arches, wrought-iron railings and towering turrets. Festive European lighting strung from above casts a magical glow over the night scene as everyone dines under the stars.


Last week, Villa Del Sol hosted a Bridal Open House to showcase some of the aforementioned vendors. Featured were: The Cellar Restaurant, Stadium Tavern, Brownstone Cafe, Cafe Hidalgo, Green Bliss Cafe, Lolo a boutique, Studio EMP Photography, Table 7 Events, Jenny B. Floral Designs, All Star Photobooth, Patty’s Cakes, Crowne Plaza Hotel, and Lolo a boutique amongst others. The tablescapes were breath-taking and the food and free-flowing champagne were exquisite. If you wanted to feel like someone planning a special day (or wanted to relive your own from the past), in that sun-soaked October afternoon it was simulated to perfection.

For specific rental information, available dates and pricing please contact:

Ruth Davies
Director of Sales & Operations
(714) 814-9808 (cell)

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