Party Planning in Rancho Cucamonga & Ontario
Ontario & Rancho Cucamonga boast beautiful venues for your next large event.
Photo booths are becoming a staple at most parties large and small. We travel most cities in the Inland Empire and have found some beautiful venues in the heart of Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario.
One Touch Photo Booths became acquainted with this venue while attending the Quinceanera Magazine Expo in February. They have 450 guests rooms if your party will be hosting out of town guests. We were impressed with their Quince package. If you are planning a Quince party, the Pretty In Pink package is designed specifically for these types of parties and includes dinner and decorations for a night to remember. They also specialize in weddings corporate meetings and other special events. They are located at 222 North Vineyard in Ontario.
The Christmas House Inn
Built in 1904, The Christmas House is the perfect venue for a vintage wedding. In 1984 the house became a bed and breakfast hosting hundreds of weddings in its lush and quaint gardens. After your wedding, you can reserve the six guest rooms for close family and friends which includes pizza and breakfast the next morning.
Hidden Oaks Retreat Center
The Hidden Oaks is dubbed The Inland Empire's best kept secret. It is the ideal place for retreats, conferences, weddings and receptions. Although there is no smoking or alcohol allowed on the premises, the setting offers 1920's architecture and a stunning view of the San Gabriel Mountains. Outside and indoor weddings are available. View their website for beautiful photos of past events found at www.hiddenoaksretreat.org.
Red Hill Country Club
A beautiful and exclusive venue on a golf course setting located in the foothills of Rancho.
If you are planning a special event in Rancho Cucamonga or Ontario, One Touch Photo Booth is centrally located to service your party. We specialize in all inclusive packages that are sure to entertain guests while you capture the memories of your special event.
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