Hotel Weddings Sydney
Hotel Weddings Sydney can offer such a variety of options in an elegant well-organized atmosphere.
You will usually be allocated to the venues’ team including a wedding planner who will see to all your needs. And that’s on its own is a great plus leading to an easy cruising path to your big day, the wedding day.
You can choose to have your wedding ceremony at the hotel followed by the reception at the same venue. Otherwise, you can separate the two, and have the ceremony at the hotel and reception somewhere else, or vice versa.
William Inglis Hotel Wedding
This gorgeous couple chose to have their wedding ceremony midday at the hotel’s rose garden. The hotel’s wedding planner was extremely efficient in coordinating the whole event.
The bride and groom each had four groomsmen and four bridesmaids. Following the legal vows, the couple also chose to say their own vows, which I prepared on cue cards for them.
We also played their chosen music via my PA system, which sounded just perfect.
Contact me so we can start planning together your wedding ceremony too.
Crowne Plaza Wedding
Another amazing wedding venue, a hotel wedding – at Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Wedding.
Such a relaxed country style feel to this place, the Crowne Plaza in the Hawkesbury Valley in Windsor. The wedding ceremony took place just down from the hotel, overlooking the little lake behind us.
We used my PA system to play all the couple chosen music. So first, the three bridesmaids walked down the aisle to one song. Followed by the beautiful bride who walked to another song.
We had a lovely sweet ceremony that the couple approved off, then we signed the registry, with some nice background music.
I then introduced the couple as the married couple and again we played a beautiful upbeat song when the couple and their party walked back and met their photographer to some group photos.
Thank you so much for yesterday it was great! We will be sure to leave you a preview 😊I will attach some photos we received.
Jess & Chris
Wedding Ceremony Sydney, October 2020