Thursday, 20 September 2018

Have the greatest day of your life in Henley

SUBLIME. One word to express the greatest of all days.

SUBLIME. One word to express the greatest of all days.

Exquisite private rooms, gorgeous suites, a tranquil courtyard and heavenly dining.

It’s the perfect backdrop as you glide elegantly from ceremony to wedding breakfast and beyond.

Put simply, Hotel du Vin is the perfect venue for weddings and civil partnerships.

And to help you plan your big day in every detail, your own wedding organiser.



Their job? To understand and bring your ideas to life (and make suggestions if needed) and then make it all come together on the big day — from arranging consultations with florists and hair stylists to designing the perfect menu and dressing the room.

Formal or informal, funky or traditional, we’ll ensure the food and drink complement your wedding perfectly.

What would you like? A five-course wedding breakfast or a completely bespoke dining menu and wine list specifically created for the occasion by our resident chef and sommelier?

The choice is yours, but whatever you decide, come the big day, we’ll work diligently behind the scenes to make sure everything runs like clockwork.

We work with you to make your special day just that. We have three packages — Simply du Vin, Celebrate du Vin and I du Vin — all of which offer the same exacting standards of service and quality, and include complimentary menu tasting for the bride and groom, room hire, silver cake knife, tea lights, place and menu cards and table plan.

Then you can choose the variations on drinks included, style of food served and number of courses.

It goes without saying that you have a vast array of champagnes and wines to choose from.

We will of course also tailor your wedding day specifically to you, so no matter the request we will make your dream day come true at Hotel du Vin, Henley.

For further details visit www.hotelduvin.com/weddings or call 08447 364258.



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