The Pavilion at Haggin Oaks Provides Perfect Backdrop For Your Event

This year’s color is called Greenery, a shade that reminds me of spring – it’s fresh, organic, vibrant, and revitalizing, and it’s the perfect color for a golf course wedding or event. Pantone, the guru’s in color theory,  calls it a “symbol of new beginnings” and what is more of a new beginning than a wedding? Alla and Viktor’s wedding incorporates this color beautifully and shows how sometimes simple is better.  The real beauty of this gorgeous wedding? Alla planned the whole thing in 3 MONTHS!
Thank you to Anna Perevertaylo for the gorgeous photographs!



6566If you’re a bride on a budget, all-greenery bouquets will always be much more affordable than fresh flowers. Plus, they look gorgeous when paired with a white wedding gown! It’s a win, win if you ask me.


The “zesty yellow-green” shade can be used in a wide variety of wedding details, including but not limited to bouquets, table runners, bridesmaid dresses, and boutonnieres..

7174Decorate the Pavilion tent with garlands of greenery like Alla and Viktor for a romantic look.75767778

798081I had to include photos of the food, it look’s too delicious, not too! 82

Even winter brides can get on board the greenery train with a pretty, rustic cake like this. Thanks to Julies Sweet Delights  for the gorgeous wedding cake.










I absolutely ADORE this set up for a photobooth. It’s a perfect use of our gazebo after the ceremony.



Pantone’s Greenery really is a perfect choice for a golf course wedding! Best of all? Our venue is now renting for $600 through September 2017!

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Congratulations and Best Wishes, Alla and Viktor!


Photographer: Anna Perevertaylo | Cake: Julies Sweet Delights |

Interested in hosting an event at the Pavilion at Haggin Oaks? Call Rebecca Kirtlan at 916-870-8597 for more information.

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