Thursday, May 13, 2010

Outside the Ballroom: Isleworth Golf & Country Club

Isleworth is most certainly one of the most unique country clubs I've seen in a while. They have these very interesting statues throughout their property which is something that makes them different from other country clubs.

While they do have those quirky sculptures the whole venue still has a very regal and elegant feel. The fountain, archways, and Spanish tiles give almost an Italian villa vibe with a touch of contemporary elements here and there.

Now I thought the outdoor space was impressive but the ballroom indoors is just as fabulous. The ballroom is perfect for a reception and there are banquet rooms on both sides that can be opened up if more space is needed for your guests.

The high ceilings are beautifully adorned with these gorgeous chandeliers created from individual lanters. Definitely not something you see everyday!

I adore this cozy seating area! It's a great place for the Bride and Groom to have a few moments alone before heading to their reception.

You can see more from our Isleworth wedding here.

Overall, Isleworth is definitely not your typical country club. They have successfully been able to pull all sorts of different styles and elements together to create a cohesive and unique environment.

What you need to know about this venue:
Price Range: $$$
Ceremony Site: Yes
Outside Caterers Allowed: No
Parking Available: Yes
Valet Parking: Yes
Outdoor Space: Yes
Capacity (without a dance floor): up to 150
Styles: Banquet/Reception Hall, Country Club

Outside the Ballroom: This is a series about discovering other amazing venues that exist for weddings and other events, ranging from castles, to traditional antique ballrooms, to bed and breakfasts, to anything that cannot be classified as a modern ballroom or meeting room. We also want to hear from you about the venues you've discovered, so please submit them in the comments or email them to with Outside the Ballroom in the subject. For more info you can find it at the Introduction.

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