Napa Valley Weddings

It's no wonder that so many couples choose to have a wedding in Napa. The beautiful, idyllic setting of the Napa Valley creates a stunning backdrop for a special event. Moreover, Napa weather is mild, and there is hardly ever rain from the late spring through early fall. There are many things to consider when planning a wedding in Napa, and many choices to make, from location to accommodation.

There are a wide variety of location possibilities for Napa Valley weddings. You can have a wedding outside or inside, and at a winery, small inn, or large resort. And whether you have 30 guests or 1,000, there are venues that can accommodate your party. Among the Napa hotels that frequently host Napa Valley weddings are the White House Inn, the Churchill Inn, the Carneros Inn, and the Vintage Inn. For resort weddings in Napa, the Silverado Resort in Calistoga is one great choice, as is the Auberge du Soleil. Such Napa hotels, inns, and bed and breakfasts are also ideal for wedding receptions. Of course, Napa Valley is known for its excellent dining options, in Yountville especially, so you may consider booking a restaurant for the event.

Hotels and resorts are by no means the only location options for a wedding in Napa. The beautiful outdoor setting of a winery can be a wonderfully romantic place to tie the knot, and many couples choose to have Napa winery weddings. There are several places that offer Napa winery weddings, and each is special in its own way, offering unique views and natural scenery. One option for Napa winery weddings is Meadowood, where the relaxed and classic ambience of the 250-acre property is an ideal wedding or honeymoon retreat for many couples.

Many hotels will also offer special romance packages for couples about to get married or for those on their honeymoon. For example, the Silverado Resort's romance packages include a one-bedroom fireplace suite with jacuzzi tub, complimentary champagne and strawberries on arrival, an in-room continental breakfast, turndown service, and a Silverado keepsake gift.

Because Napa hotels are not always the most affordable, and because they can get booked up in busy seasons, be sure to advise your guests to book their rooms in advance. Of course, you may be able to negotiate a special rate or package for a large group of guests. Your guests will love exploring all the amazing attractions of Napa Valley, from the spas and golf courses to restaurants and vineyards.

Choosing a wedding location is always a big decision, but Napa Valley is certainly a great location to consider. There are beautiful wineries and resorts to choose from, and wedding and honeymoon packages to make your special event that much more special. The gorgeous natural beauty, excellent wine, mild weather, and fine dining options together make Napa Valley weddings a great choice.

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