Posted by: Erica Geary | January 27, 2012

Thinking Like a Bride

Hello brides!  With the Bridal Bazaar approaching this Sunday, January 29th, I have been asking myself–what would I want to know if I were a bride?  I would have so many questions about venues, COST, guests, catering, decorations, music, and much more.  Most importantly though, I would want to get married somewhere that felt like “me.”  The venue would have to be unique, beautiful, and fit my vision for my wedding.

As I prepare to meet many of you brides this weekend I thought I would put together some photos so you can get an idea of what your magical day could look like here at the Maritime Museum of San Diego.  We offer multiple ships available for waterfront wedding ceremonies and receptions on the San Diego Bay.  Each offers a unique experience and unparalleled beauty.  Now do they fit your vision?  Take a look!

For starters, the 1898 Berkeley ferryboat offers turn-of-the-century charm and beautiful backlit stained glass windows that illuminate the upper deck and make for an elegant setting.  McGuire Photography has brilliantly captured many of our weddings on multiple vessels.  Here are just a few photos to give you a taste of our location.  I promise to share more after the Bridal Bazaar.

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The Star of India is another option for weddings and ceremonies.  Though she holds fewer people, her experience is one of adventure and romance, as she is the world’s oldest active sailing ship.  Themed weddings are particularly fun aboard the Star with her majestic sails and picturesque views.

Come stop by this weekend and say hello.  We can tell you more about our venues and have a special gift for you brides.  Hope to see you there!

Fair Winds,

Erica Geary


Responses

  1. Love your Blog postings!
    I went to the San Diego Bridal Bazaar today and was amazed abount how many brides were planning a San Diego wedding and wedding reception.

    Is that you on Facebook@ event venues san Diego ? Great stuff!


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