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Indian Wedding Venue: Oak Creek Golf Club

Indian Wedding Venue Features:

  • New to Indian weddings
  • Outdoor ceremony
  • Pergola that can be decorated for a mandap or archway
  • Have an outdoor wedding reception!

About Oak Creek Golf Club:

  • Located in Irvine (Orange County, California)
  • Approximately 8mi. south of John Wayne Airport (SNA)
  • Outdoor and Indoor event spaces
  • Event Amenities: tables, standard banquet chairs, linen, silverware, glassware, china, dance floor, lighting, servers, staff, and more.

Ceremony Capacities:

  • The Fazio Foyer is in front of the pergola and seats up to 250 guests for a ceremony.
  • The Event Lawn seats up to 400

Reception Capacities:

  • The Heritage Room seats about 150 guests with a dance floor.
  • Event Lawn seats about 300 guests with a dance floor
  • Terrace Patio seats about 140 guests
  • Fazio Foyer seats about 200 guests

Some people have their reception outdoors – speeches + dinner and when the dancing starts, move into the Heritage Room. This way if your event is larger than 150 guests you can invite up to 300 of your closest friends.

Pricing Info:

Pricing is seasonal. Please complete the form below for info, pricing and availability.

Indian Wedding Venue Friendliness:

  • Allows Outside Catering? Yes
  • Allows Horse Baraat? Yes
  • Allows Elephant baraat? Possibly. Never done before.
  • Allows Car Baraat? Yes
  • Allows Outdoor Ceremony Flame? Yes
  • Allows Indoor Ceremony Flame? This would have to be explored. They’ve never done this before as all Indian weddings have been outdoors. They may allow it only in cases of inclement weather and there may be size restrictions and you may be required to get a permit and pay for a fire watch.
  • Consumption Bar Option? Yes
  • Oak Creek Golf Club welcomes all types of weddings.
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Oak Creek has this pergola which makes it easier for decorators to use for the mandap. These are the chairs that come with the ceremony package. Scroll through the photos to see the standard banquet chairs for receptions. Photo: Paul F. Gero Photography
The Event Lawn is a spacious area that can seat about 300 guests in rounds with a dance floor. Photo: Lin & Jirsa Photography
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A banquet setup in the Event Lawn. These are the venue’s standard banquet chairs that some with your reception package. Photo: Paul F. Gero Photography
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Photo: Paul F. Gero Photography
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At this Indian wedding the couple hosted their reception program outdoors under the stars, in Oak Creek’s Event Lawn. After dinner, once the general dancing started they moved inside to the Heritage Room, as you see below. You’ll want to work closely with your DJ about having possibly 2 setups. Photo: Paul F. Gero Photography
After the reception program, once general dancing started, the party moved inside the Heritage Room. Photo: Paul F. Gero Photography
Lush greenery across this secluded venue for your wedding day photo shoots. Photo: Lin & Jirsa Photography

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    Cover Photo: Paul F. Gero Photography