Do we have to stay at Camp? We would love if you stayed at camp, because that means more time together and more fun! We have arranged camp cabins to be available to guests for a small fee. The fee covers your accommodations for Friday and Saturday nights and meals for the duration of your stay. Keep in mind, cabins mean bunk beds and nothing too fancy. Staying at Camp is not mandatory, but it is a more convenient option for those adventurous ones! You will not find a hotel room anywhere close to this price! Because all our events will take place at Camp, staying on site eliminates the need to drive back and forth from your hotel to Camp. We will be sure to reserve hotel blocks for those who prefer that option.
But what do we eat? Just like any wedding, we will be providing food and drinks during the rehearsal dinner, cocktail hour, and the reception. For guests staying at the Camp for the weekend, your camp fee will cover your other meals at camp. The only exception is Saturday's lunch, which will be sold on-site by Relish Food Truck. They should be accepting cash and cards for your convenience. We decided to hold all events at camp so that you don't have to leave if you don't want to. Even if you aren't sleeping at camp, you are invited to join us for activities and meals (just please RSVP so we know how many to expect).
Tell me more about these cabins… Camp Pinnacle is a children's summer camp! Cabins have bunk beds inside. There are four walls and screened windows to keep unwanted bugs out. Electric outlets should be available in each cabin. This will be just like your summer camp experience growing up, except your camp friends are getting hitched.
Are there bathrooms in the cabins? Some cabins have bathrooms inside. If your cabin does not have a bathroom, they are available a short walk away. Remember to bring a headlamp! (See packing list). Cabins with bathrooms will be prioritized for our older guests and those with small children. Sorry, Bike & Build friends – you're walking.
Who will be in my Cabin? We will do our best to assign cabins based on your preference. Let us know specific requests in your RSVP. We will keep families together and will be sure to keep our rowdy friends together (and further away).
What do we wear to the Welcome Dinner (Friday)? The welcome dinner will be casual and will be immediately followed by the Chinese Tea Ceremony. For that reason, some of the wedding party will be wearing traditional Chinese attire. If you have something appropriate (e.g. Qi Pao), you are more than welcome to wear it. Otherwise, attire is casual since many will be arriving from a day of travel.
What do we wear to the ceremony? It will be dressy-casual, but anything you want to wear we are sure will be okay. Ladies...be mindful of our outdoor venue – surfaces are not always even and sneaky tree roots could quickly make stilettos a problem.