The Grand Island Mansion in is the picture-perfect wedding venue.
It’s the ideal location for those looking for opulent, elegant wedding photographs. The stunning features of this venue make every image worthy of a Bride’s or Vogue magazine spread.
Marble fireplaces, imported wood paneling, and inlaid parquet flooring are just some of the features that make the Grand Island Mansion so unique and sought-after for weddings.
Check out some highlights from the gorgeous South Asian wedding of Sucharita and Michael here to see the classic elegance and grace of the Grand Island Mansion for yourself.
The mansion is located at 13415 Grand Island Rd. within the outskirts of Walnut Grove and is said to be the ‘largest private estate in Northern California.’ The venue’s website describes it as an ‘Italian Renaissance-styled villa.’
The Grand Island Mansion was built by well-respected San Francisco Architect J.W. Dolliver with help from his wife, Henrietta. The construction of the Grand Island Mansion is said to have started in 1917 and was completed by 1920. There are 58 rooms in total.
According to the mansion’s web page, “This unique landmark has been featured in such publications as National Geographic, Architectural Digest, and many others highlights the historical significance and classical beauty that help make the Grand Island Mansion a destination of unrivaled desirability for weddings and events.”
While the video featured above incorporates the styles of a South Asian wedding, the Grand Island Mansion can be used as a backdrop for a variety of traditional and non-traditional wedding events.
The Grand Island Mansion has extensive experience in helping create magnificent weddings. They work to perfect every detail and their offerings include:
If you are planning a wedding at a a private yet luxurious setting, the Grand Island Mansion is definitely worth looking into.