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A lot goes in to planning a wedding. We know it can be overwhelming but Milestone is here to help make life easier. Click below to enter your wedding details. We’ll use this info to create a custom, editable budget, so you can see exactly where your money will be going. Plus, we will send an apples-to-apples comparison off 11 venues to save you time and energy.

What's in the Budget Tool?

wedding cost estimator

Change the site on this drop down menu and many items will update (rentals, set up, breakdown, wine price, etc.)

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Change the date and the numbers will adjust based on high/low season pricing

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Guest count, cater, DJ/sound system, and desserts can also be edited based on your specific wedding details.

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Choose between low, middle, and high rental levels based on how elaborate your style will be.

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1/2 bottle per person is the minimum wine purchase at each winery. We find realistically you will end up purchasing .75 bottles per guest.

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We allow BYO beer and soft drinks so you save money on your beverages. Ask us for more details.

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Set up and breakdown fee (changes with each venue)

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Based on your information, we can populate an estimated budget for all 9 of our Wine Country properties that is SPECIFIC to your preferences and guest count.

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Your cost estimator will also include a comparison of all 11 Milestone Wine Country Wedding Venues

Milestone venues cost comparison

matthew parks

site tour host


Matt is a Sonoma County native. He has worked on the production side of events for over two decades. From bartending, to catering to event planning, Matt has done it all. He co-owned one of Marin County’s premier catering and event planning companies for many years. Matt is passionate about sharing our beautiful wine country and helping to create exceptionally memorable events. When he is not working you can find him mountain biking at Annadel State Park or Skiing in Tahoe, or maybe relaxing at a brewpub after a good trail run. Cheers!