San Diego Weddings

San Diego offers some of the best scenery you could ask for on your wedding day. Whether you dream of an indoor or outdoor ceremony, one on the cliffs, the beach or in one of the famous gardens or resort hotels, the sky is the limit. 

Small or Large San Diego Wedding Ceremonies

There are many wedding venues throughout San Diego to accommodate any size celebration, if it's just the two of you, 25 of your closest friends or the entire extended family. On a budget? No problem. There are facilities that can meet just about any financial constraints while still giving you the day of your life. 

Resort-Style Weddings in San Diego

Sometimes, you just want to get fancy. Resort-style weddings are typically all-inclusive, which means you pay one price for your ceremony, reception hall, catering and drinks. Each facility is different, so be sure you ask exactly what the price includes and what you have to pay extra for. 

Most resorts, such as Kona Kai and Mission Bay Resort, offer your choice of an indoor or outdoor wedding ceremony and/or reception. They can also typically fulfill any decor theme with advance notice. Resorts book up very quickly, so it's a good idea to speak with a planning specialist at your desired location as soon as possible to check availability.

Unique San Diego Weddings

If you're looking to step outside the norm, you won't be lacking in choices. San Diego's abundance of shoreline along the Pacific Ocean means you can get married on the water if you so choose. City Cruises is one such option that offers yachts and boats to accommodate most party sizes. You can hold your ceremony or even the rehearsal dinner on a stunning yacht with the San Diego skyline in the background. 

Another idea is to go fully modern and hold your wedding ceremony and reception at a distillery. One of the top options here is Fruitcraft, a fermentary and distillery with an urban space that can host up to 150 guests. 

Planning Your San Diego Wedding

While some places can take requests on short notice, it's best to plan out your wedding at least six months to a year in advance. San Diego's coastline and its many popular neighborhoods make it a highly sought-after area for special occasions, so locations book up fast. Don't forget, if you're hosting a destination wedding and you aren't from California, you'll need a special license, which can take a few days to process.