Tuesday, July 24, 2007

#121: there's a maybe off the second list.

searched here next.

peach tree islands
Located on a private peach ranch in the foothills of the Angeles National Forest, this gorgeous location is the perfect place for your next special event. Peach Tree Island features 2 unique sites and a complete event program.

There is an island surrounded by weeping willow trees. It has a dance floor, integrated sound and lighting system and comes complete with our food and beverage program. Accommodates up to 120 guests. The West Lawn increases the capacity to 250.


as for their onsite caterer:

100 to 199 guests . . . . . . $18.00/guest
Prices include choice of two meats, two side dish, and choice of one salad, Iced Tea, Lemonade, rolls, appetizers, china plates, silverware, bandana print napkin,and 2 hour Buffet Service.
Additional items may be added for an additional fee.
Meals are served buffet style and are all you can eat.
Applicable sales tax will be added.
A 15% service charge will be added to events requiring more than 2 hours of serving time.

my thoughts: i'd hold off on the bandana print napkin. and it IS kind of in the middle of nowhere. but...a peach ranch? that's almost too romantic...*swoon*

4 comments:

Teana said...

ooooh i like this place! it looks pretty and the catering prices can't be beat. hopefully the food is tasty.

Anonymous said...

Very pretty. I don't know how you find these obscure places. But it's an hour away from Bakersfield??

tif said...

hi! i recently discovered your blog through weddingbee and am so happy to have found it because i too am not quite engaged but want to plan a wedding with a $10,000 budget.

I live in NJ and was wondering how you've been able to find all of these amazing links to mansions, etc for wedding receptions. Everytime I search, I come across hotels and country clubs which are $$$ :( What search terms do you use?

Thanks! :)

Bride of Rochester said...

Our Venue is about an hour outside of Rochester... I'm not a big fan of the distance and making sure the maps were clear was hugely important, but it's definately going to be worth it.

This place is gorgeous. As long as the food is pretty good, I would snatch it up in a second.