Information about the various ballrooms at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa
Wisteria Room is a charming ballroom with tall ceilings, popular for small wedding receptions. It has also been used for wedding ceremonies and pre-reception hour. It has an attached terrace.
Wedding Ceremony Photo by White Rabbit Photo Boutique
Wedding Reception Photo by Jessica Frey Photography
Wisteria Ballroom with roman style table, showing the standard set-up.
Jen and Justin : New Orleans Disneyland Wedding Photos
Haily and Jason’s Princess and the Frog Disneyland Escape Wedding
Real Disneyland Weddings – Katelyn and Geoff
Real Disneyland Weddings – Victoria and Brian
Ari and Mookie’s Beauty and the Beast Disneyland Wedding
Melanie and Ricky’s Disneyland Vow Renewal
Nadia and Danny’s Halloween Disneyland Wedding
Renee and Jeremie’s Disneyland Escape Wedding
Julio + Aya : Disney’s Grand Californian Wedding
Disneyland Wedding Reception – Hilary and Brandon
Sorrell Room is a mid-size ballroom, slightly larger than the Wisteria Room but smaller than the Trillium Room. Sorrell Room can be section into two smaller rooms. Pictured below is Sorrell A with divider visible.
This is a mid-size ballroom that can be split into smaller rooms. The entire ballroom is pictured below. There is also an attached terrace. The Trillium Room is directly across from the Brisa Courtyard and is a popular reception choice for Brisa Courtyard ceremonies.
Minimum Guest: 80
Maximum Guest: 120
Photo by Root Photography
Sequoia is the largest of the ballrooms at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. The room can be sectioned off to create smaller rooms.
Maximum Guest Capacity: 500
Photo by White Rabbit Photo Boutique
Photo from Disneymooner
Sequoia Ballroom set up for a conference; photo from February 2020
The Lily Ballroom is often used for food tastings or “getting ready” area, but could also be used for a small reception.