Just say yes to these wedding packages!
Between booking the perfect wedding venue, feeding your guests and reserving a room for the honeymoon after, there’s a lot to be sorted around the big day – and if you’re not careful, you can easily spend more than you can afford. That’s why we’re looking to hotels, restaurants and event venues for wedding packages that provide a mix of services at a fixed price. Offering virtual wedding setups, bespoke menus from Michelin-starred chefs, overnight stays and more, here’s our pick of the best Hong Kong wedding packages to book now.
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Editor’s Note: Be sure to check the latest social distancing regulations on weddings and the number of persons allowed with the venue before you book.
Wedding Packages To Book Now
Decorated by chef Esther Sham herself with hand-picked collectibles sourced from flea markets around the work to resemble a French home, Maison ES is a charming vintage-inspired venue perfect for a chic daytime ceremony or dreamy dinner reception (a full-day wedding option is also available). The 2,300 sq ft space houses up to 74 guests for an exquisite sit-down soirée, or up to 120 guests for a stand-up cocktail party. Just leave it to Esther to tailor-make the perfect menu for you and your guests. Contact the venue for pricing details.
Host your virtual wedding at one of The Peninsula’s themed suites or event venues, and have your entire wedding ceremony live-streamed to your loved ones near and far. Prior to the big day, a bespoke Page Hat Hamper will be delivered by the hotel’s iconic Page Boys to each of your virtual guests. This includes an invitation, wedding party favours, and for an additional cost, Champagne and glasses for them to join in the celebrations in real time. Packages start at $75,000 for 20 guests in one of the hotel’s functions rooms or $125,000 for three hours usage of a themed suite.
Eaton HK will set your heart aflutter with its gorgeous venues, from stylishly modern Maggie to classic and contemporary Michelle. What we love the most is Eaton HK’s commitment to pushing for the most sustainable means possible in hosting your wedding banquet (no shark fins here!) and creating your drinks menu. To top it off, your ceremony will be made all the more meaningful with a wedding table gift donation to a local charity or NGO. A booking of 10 tables or above for the wedding dinner package (starting at $10,888), includes a complimentary night’s stay in Nook on your wedding night, a buffet breakfast for two, chauffer-driven Tesla limousine service, welcome cocktails for each of your guests and more.
Whether you’re leaning towards a classic ceremony or something more unique, Cordis has the bride’s best interest at heart and will do all it can to bring your dream wedding to life. The hotel will set you up with invitation cards, a dummy wedding cake and a professional bridal assistant, leaving you with little to worry about. Wedding packages also include a complimentary LANGHAM SUPPER CLUB membership and in-room midnight supper, along with suite discounts at Cordis, Hong Kong. Consider your honeymoon sorted! Head here to inquire for a price quote.
The secret’s out! The Repulse Bay’s fresh new venue, the Secret Garden, is the perfect spot for tying the knot. This lust-worthy location features panoramic sea views and lush woodland surrounds, made even more enchanting with a complimentary seasonal floral arch waiting for you at the end of the aisle. Accommodating a maximum of 20 persons for $20,000, this wedding package includes a two-hour ceremony with a full setup, three-tier mock wedding cake and a round-trip coach service from Admiralty to the venue.
Let the spectacular Hong Kong skyline be the backdrop of your big day at sky100’s 16,000 sq ft Victoria Harbour View Zone. Whether you opt for a daytime ceremony (starting at $160,000 for 100 persons), sunset cocktail party (starting at $98,000 for 100 persons) or elegant evening banquet (starting at $223,000 for 100 persons), you’re guaranteed a day to remember, 100 floors above the city.
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