Getting married in the Cape Town area? Well, let’s face it, to celebrate a Cape Town wedding or Western Cape wedding is an experience regardless of whether you are the bridal couple, a guest or a wedding related service provider.
However, from a guest's perspective, it’s most certainly a treat! Having the opportunity to visit Cape Town for a wedding, or any other event for that matter, provides the opportunity to do tourist related activities plus see and experience everything the Cape has to offer including popular tourist destinations, such as Cape Town and Hermanus. This part of the country is also characterised by a unique natural beauty that cannot be hidden. These natural wonders are diverse and abundant, allowing future brides and grooms an endless palette of wedding settings and backdrops. Plus, there is a plethora of sights, attractions and activities, making each city, town and fishing village charming and fun in its own right.
The types of Cape Town wedding venues you can expect to find for your wedding day include a wide range of restaurants, hotels, beach villas and the picturesque beaches which are not only perfect for your reception, but most suitable for your wedding photos.
For those who are wine lovers, if you broaden your search from the city bowl to other Western Cape areas / suburbs, you will have the opportunity of experiencing wine at its best while celebrating your wedding at the same time at once of the lovely wine estates.
So, whether you are planning a beach wedding on the stretches of white sand that edge the Western Cape, a grand champagne breakfast in the age-old vineyards of the Winelands or a trendy cocktail function in the heart of the city bowl of Cape Town, the Western Cape promises to be an ideal destination for your wedding and honeymoon.
Please find below the list of categories where we have Western Cape wedding related service partners listed to help you plan your upcoming wedding and / or upcoming event.
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