We just ADORE a couple that can have so much fun on their wedding day! Michelle and Jorge chose the perfect location at Padua Hills Theatre Wedding Photography.
Today we’re sharing some beautiful moments from before their seaside ceremony, as Michelle and Jorge prepared for the day with their closest family and friends. And we just can’t get enough of this sweet wedding!
Michelle and Jorge married at the Padua Hills Theatre. They promised each other to continue their love not by way of mere words, but actions. Little mattered more than their simple promise to remain at each others’ sides. Forever.
Enjoy this seriously sweet couple my friends! They are the kind of amazing people that our team simply adore!
Dinner is served in the stunning Theatre Ballroom, with a vaulted ceiling, wrought-iron chandeliers and the original wall sconces at Padua Hills Theatre Wedding Photography.
Lining the walls are hand-carved mirrors framed by rich draperies, lending an overall impression of grandeur. The room’s design enables each guest to witness everything that takes place: the first dance, cake cutting, bouquet toss, etc.
Why You’ll Love This Place
Ensconced in the chaparral covered foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains is the Padua Hills Theatre Wedding Photography, a landmark banquet facility with a significant cultural past.
The theatre was built in the 1930s as a centerpiece for a community of local artists, and Claremont residents made a tradition of attending dinner theatre in the lovely Spanish-Colonial building.
In the early ‘70s the theatre became a historic site, and by the early ‘80s it began hosting private special events, like weddings. Lavishly renovated in 2008, the Padua Hills Theatre Wedding Photography is more impressive than ever.
Your hosts at the Padua Hills Theatre Wedding Photography are renowned for their delectable gourmet fare, themed buffets and elegant presentation. They’re also experienced event planners, so relax. In their hands your celebration will unfold as smoothly as a professional theatrical production—but you’ll get all the applause.