The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue.
It’s a choice you make on your wedding day, and over and over again and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband
Photography: Vitaliy Uhov & Anton Kulakowskiy | Concept, Decor and Florals: Ana florist | Bridal Designer: WONA concept | Cake: Moms Care Bakery | Jewelry: Guzema | Make up and Hair: The Brow Bar | Wedding agency: Your story | Creative agency: We know how | Shoes: Kachorovska atelier | Model: Sofi Pashkual
A wedding celebration bring happiness and excitement along with a whole stack of tasks to be completed in a very short time. There are a lot of advantages to arranging a wedding ceremony and reception in a hotel. Hotel's staff often includes a professional and experienced wedding planner in their catering department who will help execute all the details of your wedding from start to finish.
1. Reduce your Stress
Hotel's staff are experienced having hosted hundreds of wedding and social events. With their guidance the stress of planning a wedding vanishes. They will be with you at every step reminding you in a professional manner of the deadlines and details Getting married in a hotel means staff is well versed in making informed decisions and delivering a sense of ease to both you and your guests.
2. Amazing and Flexible Venues
A hotel wedding brings a lot of amenities along with the ease of hosting an intimate ceremony or a large gala wedding. You're working with trained professionals that know exactly what is necessary to create your perfect day. Hotels usually offer a range of venues for your ceremony. Your guests will enjoy being pampered during their stay. Today hotels offer numerous activities, indoor/outdoor pools, spas, exercise areas, transportation, room service, dining and shopping outlets.
3. On-Site Accommodations
One of the main advantages of having a wedding at a hotel is that they offer special enhancements for the Bride & Groom. Dressing room, a suite on your wedding night as well as little in-room amenities, champagne, fruit basket, chocolates and breakfast.
4. Simple Planning
Planning a rehearsal dinner, a departure lunch in the hotel’s restaurant or in a private room is easy when your wedding is held in a full-service hotel. Many hotels offer a complimentary hospitality suite for the gathering of family and friends. Your dedicated catering manager will help with all your pre and post-wedding arrangements for these events.
5. Budget Prices
A lot of hotels offer special discounted room rates for your out of town guests, valet or free parking, turn-down service and gift basket delivery. It will help keep their costs down, allowing more wedding guests to stay and enjoy the evening without any issues. Many hotels are centrally located, close to attractions or in unique settings, beach-mountains, providing extraordinary views that will add to their stay and your celebration.
6. Great Photo Opportunities
It is really easy to create perfect photo opportunities at a beautifully designed hotel interior. From ambient rooftops to majestic ballrooms, hotels can offer an excellent background for clicking some great shots. Your hotel wedding specialist is usually very familiar with the area and can arrange transportation to local photo sites.
7. Selection of Menu and Vendors
Some weeks before the wedding catering will arrange a menu tasting with the head chef based on a few selected items and discuss any dietary requirements you may have. Experience is the key to a successful wedding. Your hotel wedding specialist or catering manager will provide a list of vendors they have worked within the past. From photographers, decorators, florists, wedding cake bakeries to DJs and bands, of course, you may have favorites, all vendors are usually welcome.