Hacienda de las Flores is an authentic Spanish-style mansion located in Moraga, California that acts as a gorgeous wedding venue. The historic mansion is painted stark white and adorned with blue trim that surrounds the beautifully kept grounds. Hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a fireplace, and red leather furniture provide a warm and inviting interior. As for the outside, a large, spread out lawn is highlighted by a number of blue spruce trees, weeping willows, palms, and an assortment of flowers. Guests can also expect to see a stunning circular flower bed, picturesque fountain, and relaxing patio. One look at this property, and you will fall head over heels for this venu. Not only is Hacienda de las Flores a great place to hold a special occasion, but it will also act as a perfect backdrop for all the pictures that are captured on that day. Imagine being with the love of your life and having a gorgeous mansion and garden is the background of all of your pictures. No matter the location on the property, Hacienda de las Flores is a stunning venue the will provide cherished memories for years to come.
Facilities and Capacity
The two event spaces that Hacienda de las Flores offers have a maximum capacity of about 200 people. With both indoor and uncovered outdoor settings, the historic mansion has a rustic and country style to its architecture. Both the mansion and the surrounding gardens offer a tranquil and secluded environment for you and your guests to enjoy your wedding day.
This wedding ceremony and reception venue is the perfect locations for those looking for an effortlessly romantic setting. The services that Hacienda de las Flores offers include set up and clean up, so you don’t have to worry about anything before or after your event.
This stunning venue sits on a piece of land that used to be Miwok Indian hunting grounds. The historic town-owned structure is over 100 years old.
Recommended by 84% of couples
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Caili Chung · Married on 01/01/2019
This is such a gorgeous venue. The columns are majestic and the atmosphere of the place is just lovely. Everyone had so much fun and it felt so intimate and special.Sent on 01/12/2019
Dana · Married on 08/06/2010
For a Friday afternoon wedding, the location was only $800. Kim was great to work with and we were very pleased with the location. Plenty of parking, good size for our wedding (about 50 people, but could have done 100+ and still been comfortable). I loved the outdoor setting, and we had a lot of compliments on the location. Highly recommend looking at this site! The only drawbacks-- you can not have amplified music outside (for us this was fine because my aunt played the fiddle for the ceremony), there is a limit of 1/2 bottle of alcohol per person and no hard liquor (fine for us because we had wine, and they count the total number of people... so with about 8 kids, you actually end up with more than 1/2 bottle per person), and music and alcohol stop at 9pm (but that was fine for us). If you are young and like to party and dance all night, this wouldn't be the location for you. It all depends on what you want. For us, the location was beautiful, the price was right, and the staff was good to work with.Sent on 09/13/2010
User3613492 · 2+ years ago
I had my wedding here October, 2013 and we had a great time. We had a ~60 person count (guests and wedding party).Sent on 10/18/2013
First, the rules are a little restrictive (no flower petals/rice/confetti, no hard liquor, certain time restrictions) but it actually wasn't a turnoff for us. We didn't want to have hard liquor anyway and we weren't expecting to have a crazy party that went until 2 am. We wound up getting an extra hour on top of their standard package so that our vendors would have enough time for setup and we would be able to have the venue as late as possible (music off and bar closed at 9 pm, guests out by 10, vendors out by 11). We really had enough time to do everything we wanted (with a 3:30 ceremony start time... that actually started at 3:50, but hey, that's normal).
To get around the no flower petals/confetti/rice rule, we went with full flowers for the flower girl (she passed them out to the guests) and bubbles! Bubbles are really nice and my sister actually used them for her wedding years ago.
We got both the Pavilion and the Hacienda, and I would really recommend that. We had our ceremony at the Pavilion, dinner at the fountain at the Hacienda and then the after party back down at the Pavilion. Doing this gives the vendors a chance to work on one space while all the guests are at the other. The pavilion was nicely transformed during dinner and we got what we wanted for both the ceremony and the dancing.
Kimberly was really helpful in answering questions and working with us to make sure we got what we wanted while not breaking any of their rules. They are actually very accommodating with how they handle their rules and can make suggestions for optional ideas.
They provide a list of recommended vendors. If you use a DJ or Caterer off their list you will have to provide an additional deposit, but their lists are fairly extensive and unless you have someone specific in mind you shouldn't have to go off their list. It was a big help during the pla