Book Your Wedding with The Legacy Ballroom
A BALLROOM IN NORTH TUSTIN, CA
What You Should Know
The Legacy Ballroom provides in-house catering services. However, outside catering is allowed, although there is a separate price structure for events that make use of this option. Wedding reception menus include salad and a main course with starch and vegetable, plus fruit punch, coffee and bread. The culinary team is headed up by the venue's owner and proprietor, chef Daniel Lyons, who works directly with couples to arrange details for the wedding reception.
The Legacy Ballroom does not provide alcohol, but it is allowed on the premises. If you bring in your own alcohol, you'll pay an additional flat fee in addition to your wedding cost. The alcohol fee covers bartender services and permitting. You can't set up a cash bar, though, so allow for that in your price per person budget.
Ceremony and wedding reception packages have separate costs, and The Legacy Ballroom's catering services list an additional cost per person. Saturdays are priced at a different tier than Fridays and Sundays, which could allow you to save on your total wedding cost. Your wedding price at The Legacy Ballroom covers 12 total hours of function time for the wedding reception, including a four-hour setup window. An additional hour of time is available for ceremonies.
You can enjoy these benefits as part of your wedding cost or for an additional fee at The Legacy Ballroom:
- Wedding coordination and planning services
- Bridal dressing room available for ceremony prep
- Ceremony chairs, aisle runner and decorative arch
- Setup and breakdown services plus extra time to allow vendors to work
- Table linens and chair covers in your color choice
- Exclusive use of the facility
From the Vendor
Elegant ballroom with serene outside ceremony area
The Legacy Ballroom in Tustin Hills over looks a beautiful tree lined garden setting along with a total view of the Tustin hillside estates with outside table seating for dinner and a ceremony area. The Legacy Ballroom offers a serene location for the perfect spot for wedding events and can host up to 220 inside guests and also host outside seating if requested. The ballroom has floor to ceiling windows that overlook a beautiful tree lined garden setting. You have full view either inside or outside of the North Tustin hillside estates, tennis courts, and pool.
Amenities + Details
Outdoor - Covered
For more details about amenities, please message the Venue.
$$ – Affordable
Cakes + Desserts, Food + Catering, Planning, Rentals + Equipment, Service Staff
Five Star Food at Fabulous Price! Flexible, Friendly, and ProfessionalReviewed on 7/02/2014 Christine N
First off, on basis of the food alone, this place is 5 Stars amazing! Chef Daniel, the owner, is a phenomenal chef. Ask him about his culinary training and background sometime. We first contacted Daniel about a year before our wedding date. He was easy to reach, and extremely friendly and personable over the phone. Although we were planning our wedding cross country, Daniel was flexible with his hours and always very accommodating so that we could view the place and have a meal tasting in the limited time we made available. The food was excellent. My then fiancée and I are not big Caesar salad fans, but when we sampled Daniel's Caesar salad we changed our menu selection bad on how good it was. All the meat entrees were amazing, and we received no end of compliments from our guests on how it was the best food they'd ever eaten. We went with the tri tip and the chicken with the white wine mushroom sauce. My formerly vegetarian only friend said it was the best chicken he'd ever had. The stuffing was very popular. We liked the risotto best out of all the starches we tried. The veggies were all fresh and tasty as well. My aunt runs a Singaporean restaurant, so Daniel allowed us to bring in outside appetizers that his staff set out on platters and served to our guests all at no extra charge. He also let us bring in an outside cake from one of the local bakeries and his staff cut and served the cake with no cutting fee. Daniel was super accommodating regarding our elderly guests with special needs. He was also very flexible with our final guest count as we changed the number several times leading up to the deadline. On the day of, he as personally on site. We also have to commend his floor manager Matt, who helped keep everything running smoothly and who was very friendly and gave us some advice regarding places to visit after we return to the East Coast. He was very aware and alert, and solved minor snafus before they could develop into big ones, and he helped organize our family volunteers as well as his own staff, and made sure the vendors all had what they needed.
Loved My Venue!Reviewed on 12/28/2015 Emily K
I am so very happy that I chose to have my wedding at the Westminster Manor! The prices are comparably amazing, Daniel was very easy to work with, and the food and service was exceptional! All of our guests had such a great time and people were talking about the food for two weeks! The venue looked very nice after we decorated it and added all of our personal details. It was really nice to have everything there together so we didn't have to move locations between the ceremony and the reception. The set-up of the ceremony, bar, reception area, and outside access all flowed very nicely and worked well for my guests (I also needed it to be wheelchair friendly for my mom). I really felt like it was our place for the night and everyone was very accommodating.
The venue is affordable and full of charm. Chef Daniel makes STELLAR food and is a gem to work with. The bridal room is large though needs a LOT of work on updating and fixing up. There is a large mirror but a vanity is needed as well. I highly recommend taking a tour and scheduling a food tasting. You will be blown away. We were able to come in and decorate early and had a fantastic time.
PEACE OF MINDReviewed on 10/14/2010 Juanita B
I LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT MY VENUE, FROM THE FOOD TO THE DECOR AND DID I MENTION THAT I LOVED THE FOOD. BRIDES IF YOU CHOOSE WESTMINSTER MANOR FOR YOU VENUE...TRUST ME YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED. IT'S REALLY HARD TO FIND A PLACE THAT'S INEXPENSIVE AND PROVIDES EXCELLENT SERVICE. DANIEL, THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR SPECIAL DAY COME TRUE…CAN’T WAIT TO PLAN THE NEXT PARTY…FUTURE BABYSHOWER :)
Absolutely AMAZINGReviewed on 9/05/2010 Marissa M
Honestly, it took me awhile for me to fall in love with this place. After seeing countless venues, we came back to Westminster Manor... It was my second time seeing it that I decided there was just no where I'd rather have a wedding reception. One of the things that really set Chef Daniel (the proprietor of WM) apart from everywhere else we went was that he genuinely cared for the quality of hisfood and presentation meant so much to *him*. We came for a tour and everything was being set up for a wedding later that day--there were white drapes hanging from the ceiling, beautiful white floral linens, chair covers & sashes, gorgeous floral arrangements (that he provides!) to bring loveliness to the tables where the buffet is set up...We hadn't seen anything like it. He is so accomodating and helpful, and you can NOT beat the prices. He would offer honest suggestions but always tell me that he would do whatever I wanted, since I was the bride. After the wedding, every single one of my guests RAVED about how good the food was, that it was hands-down the best wedding food they'd ever had. The cake was wonderful too. White cake with fresh strawberries and white chocolate mousse.... so good. almost 2 months after the wedding, I'm begging my friends to get married there and telling my boss to have our holiday party there so I can hae the food again. Beats a hotel reception any day. I'd give it 10 stars if I could.
Review for Westminster ManorReviewed on 5/10/2010 Kristin L
I loved that it was intimate on the inside and the decor was very charming. I loved that catering was included. I loved that you had access to the venue for the entire day and not just for a few hours so there was no rush to leave. Also, the waitstaff was very pleasant and helpful.;I didn't care much for the proprieter. At times he was arrogant and rude. I didn't like how I had to provide my own soft drinks (I can understand having to provide the alcohol but I also had to provide soda and water). The proprieter also kept all my leftover drinks which I didn't think was right. Also, the day of my wedding (which was at 12 p.m. 45 miles away) the proprieter wouldn't let us drop off drinks before 10 a.m. which made it difficult for my wedding party to get dressed, drop off the supplies, and then get to my wedding on time.
Meet The Director of Catering
Chef Daniel Lyons
Daniel Lyons is a Master Chef, graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in New York. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, Chef Daniel Lyons served his one year European apprenticeship at the Hotel Europa in Lucerne, Switzerland, Upon completion of his culinary training in Europe, Chef Daniel return to the United States and finished his 3 year American apprenticeship at the Omni International Hotel in Atlanta Georgia. He has worked as Garde Manager and Banquet/Pastry Chefs in 4 and 5 star hotels including the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta and Newport Beach.