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Spring Weddings | The Best Time To Say I Do

Here at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel, we’re of the opinion that pretty much any day is a nice day for a white wedding, although if you were to ask us for our favourite month we would say September. Why, you ask?

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Here’s are our top reasons to say I Do in September!

 

Spring has Sprung

September bridges the gap between the steamy summer heat and the bitter winds of August, the days get longer and layers slowly start peeling away.

 

Planning a wedding for spring means you can have your wedding cake and eat it too – the weather strikes the perfect balance for you to rock that bandeaux style wedding dress and worry about shivering in your photos!

 

The moderate weather also means you and your beau have a world of choice when it comes to deciding the time of your reception and ceremony. Ask about our Lunch Time Reception offer to take full advantage of the September sunshine.

 

Stop and smell the flowers

Choosing flowers for your bouquets should always lend toward seasonality, and being able to choose from the pops of colour that spring has to offer is an even bigger bonus.

 

Be sure to look out for;

Sweet Peas, freesias, frangipanis, tulips, amaryllis, flannel flowers + waratahs (go on, be bold!)

 

September floral offerings strike the perfect balance of more traditional offerings, with the bold and beautiful colours of the new season.

 

Cocktail Hour

Warmer weather most certainly calls for a cooler drink. Choose from Vodka, Tequila, Gin or Whisky and your guests will be treated to premium spirits served by your own personal bartender for three hours. The perfect option for your guests to be able to enjoy a refreshing gin and tonic as they take in a picturesque sunset over the water.\

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Ask one of our wedding coordinators more about wedding packages perfect for your September wedding!