Is there a dress code?

Suggested attire is semi-formal, or as they say in the wedding industry, black tie optional. It’s a California wedding, so it’s pretty “whatever you want.” Please note that the ceremony will be a chapel service, though, so you may want to dress accordingly if you are the sort who dresses differently for church service.

What will there be to eat? 

The wedding will feature a Texas-style BBQ buffet, with special burger slider and fries meals for the children we have invited. If you have a special dietary restriction, please let us know and we can ask about the options for you. Our venue is very accommodating and will accommodate all kinds of dietary restrictions.

Do we have to pay for drinks?

There will also be a limited hours open bar during the time between the ceremony and reception, as well as the reception itself. But please notice that there will be children present at our celebration, so please drink responsibility.

Will there be dancing? 

Yes! Will Tseng is our awesome DJ and you may leave requests for him in your RSVP form in the provided field.

Will my child have things to do? 

If you’d like, you can bring your kids something quiet to do during the ceremony and during the quieter parts of the celebration. There will be some activities and coloring we provide for kids during both events.

Can I bring a guest? 

Unfortunately due to the policy of our venue, we are not having +1s or extra guests. Guests who have not RSVP’ed or who were not invited will not be accommodated by our venue. We have done our best to include everyone, especially engaged or married couples. Please let us know if we’ve made a mistake.

I have another question. 

Please contact us with any other questions you may have and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.