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    The Venue Vixens

    The Venue Vixens

    The Venue Vixens is made up of four experienced, professional wedding and event planners who have banded together to become a resource to help you – the bride, the retreat planner, the organizer, in finding the PERFECT location to hold your special event.

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    Spoto Wines-Private Venue

    Spoto Wines-Private Venue

    Sacramento, CA

    This treasure is a wine enthusiast’s dream venue. It is located in a very beautiful and unexpected spot in Arden Oaks, Sacramento, CA. This family winery is the very first bonded winery in Sacramento County and this three-generation family has been making wine from their vineyards in Napa County, for more than 30 years.

    The private venue is the wine maker’s home with a beautiful backyard that is surrounded by lush bushes and trees that wraps the property. The grounds

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    The Courtyard at Forty Three Sixty

    The Courtyard at Forty Three Sixty

    Sacramento, CA

    A little gem, hidden right in the middle of Sacramento (Carmichael region), the Courtyard at Forty Three Sixty is a great place for a celebration of any kind.  This venue includes a charming courtyard with a lovely azure blue fountain center stage.  Along one way of the courtyard there are several vine covered alcoves perfectly sized for dinner tables and opening up to the courtyard.  There is also a brick fireplace in the corner, with some

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    Arcade Underground

    Arcade Underground

    Old Sacramento, CA

    Hidden, very private, cool vibe, historic, brick with a touch of industrial… these are just a few adjectives to describe Arcade Underground.  This intimate venue is located on the “original” ground floor of the Arcade Building in historic Old Sacramento.  We say original because back in-the-day when the Gold Rush era buildings were built, the front door/first floor was street level but due to the Sacramento River flooding, entire blocks of Old Sac were

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