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Luxury Bridal Show at Thunder Valley and Whitney Oaks



Thunder Valley Casino Resort and Whitney Oaks Golf Club to host exclusive Bridal Showcase in coordination with Sacramento Magazine's "Our Wedding Magazine" and Celebrations Party Rentals.

The luxury Bridal Showcase will be located in Thunder Valley's Pano Hall and at Whitney Oaks Golf Club and offer guests a comprehensive look at the wedding amenities offered at each property, including a complete wedding setup on the Whitney Oaks Wedding Lawn. The Bridal Showcase is open to the public. Tickets are $10.

Special features of the event:

  • Complimentary round trip transportation provided between the two locations (approximately 5 miles)

  • Wedding reception planners on site

  • Groom and Bachelor's Lounge Event at Whitney Oaks - including cigar rolling, putting contests, driving range and tastings

  • Displays of the latest wedding colors, styles, fashions and fads for 2013 & 2014

  • Food and beverage tastings - including custom cakes and desserts by chefs at Thunder Valley and Whitney Oaks

  • Property and room tours and much more

 There will also be a special Dream Wedding Drawing where guests have a chance to win a "Dream Wedding Night" or "Anniversary Package" including a two night stay in a Provence Suite at Thunder Valley, romantic dinner for two at High Steaks Steakhouse, couples Spa treatment, a round of golf for two and lunch at Whitney Oaks Golf Club.

 For more information, visit www.thundervalleycasinoresort.com/entertainment.

 Saturday, January 26
1 p.m. to 7 p.m.   

Thunder Valley Casino Resort
1200 Athens Avenue
Lincoln, CA 95648

Whitney Oaks Golf Club
2305 Clubhouse Drive
Rocklin, CA 95765





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