The Allied Arts Guild wedding venue is unlike any other we’ve been to. There are lots of beautiful little nooks and crannies scattered across the grounds. There is greenery, old buildings, wood, brick and more. It’s everything a photographer could dream of.
But it’s not just a place a photographer will obsess over. If you’re wedding planning an event in the Silicon Valley, this venue should be on your radar. For what you get, it’s pretty affordable. And you get a LOT, in terms of scenery and adventure.
The history of the Allied Arts Guild wedding venue is rich. The Spanish atmosphere is prominent throughout the property. These European influences date way back to the 1700s. By the 1930s there were artists occupying the premises. Even legendary photographer Ansel Adams was a part of the Guild, as the photographer on record. Currently, the Artisan Shop is operated by volunteers. All profits go to Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, to aid children that are in critical care.
This photo and video team at Still Music has been wanting to return to another beautiful Allied Arts Guild wedding. We love being located so close to amazing Bay Area wedding venues like this Menlo Park wedding venue. Shooting at this Allied Arts Guild wedding venue is a real treat for any Bay Area wedding photographer.
Click here to see more images from Sarah and Eric’s Allied Arts Guild wedding.
Price: $$ (of 5)
Unique and rustic
Lots of surrounding accommodations
Lots of private sections of property
Public access during your event
Silicon Valley traffic