From the Sacramento Bee:
Here comes the bride – through the front gates of Sutter’s Fort?
Capital District State Museums & Historic Parks announced today that the rustic fort, as well as the elegant Governor’s Mansion, can be rented for weddings and receptions.
Both sites are available as soon as this spring.
The 1840s-era Sutter’s Fort, 2701 L St., will accommodate up to 300 people for a seated, courtyard wedding, or 500 guests standing for the ceremony. The broad lawn is a possibility, as well.
And at the 1903 Victorian-style Governor’s Mansion, 1526 H St., brides can make a grand entrance on the curved staircase. Couples might consider celebrating their big day both inside and out in the gardens.
For prices, reservations and more information on getting married at these historic sites, contact rental coordinator Cheryl Meyer at (916) 445-2560 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
— Dixie Reid
I actually did a wedding at the Governor’s Mansion years ago. This could be cool!!