Lake Breeze – Wedding Open Day

With the latest lockdown postponing its official opening; Lake Breeze is giving 200 lucky brides and grooms the first glimpse of its new $1.8 million wedding and event venue at Langhorne Creek.

Couples will get the chance to explore the new Barrel Room at Lake Breeze’s first wedding open day on the 24th of January, where a network of twenty talented wedding vendors will be showcased.

“We are so excited to show this space off… photos simply don’t do it justice! The overwhelming response so far has been wow, this is simply amazing.”

“The colours and textures are just beautiful and we know couples will fall in love with the thought that has gone into every detail,” said Lake Breeze Wedding Venue Manager, Ashleigh Hocking

The new space is inspired by Lake Breeze’s iconic barrel shed, with the venue featuring plenty of limestone, natural timbers, barn doors and of course wine barrels, including a complete barrel wall.

The Barrel Room overlooks Lake Breeze’s breathtaking vines with an all-glass frontage, which can open onto the terrace for an indoor and outdoor event.

The new venue is incredibly versatile, with the capacity to seat up to 200 guests, as well as cater for smaller weddings or bespoke events by using its bi-fold walls to reduce the size of the space.

“We always knew the space was going to be impressive, but as it all came together and we have been thrilled with the result.”

“A lot of thought has gone into each element and changes have been made along the way. The end result is better than we could have imagined,” said Ashleigh.

Open Day guests will have their wedding dreams brought to life, with Lake Breeze’s lush lawns set up with a variety of ceremony options, as well as different outdoor theming ideas and games on display.

Inside the Barrel Room, Lake Breeze’s signature custom timber tables will feature a range of different set up ideas, from flowers, to cutlery, crockery and glassware.

Festival Hire and Venue Productions will be on hand to showcase different furniture styling pieces and a variety of lighting options available for the big day.

Couples will get the chance to taste-test a range of Lake Breeze’s wedding canape options, as well as its award-winning wine.

“Planning a wedding, especially during a pandemic can be an incredibly stressful experience, so we are so excited to introduce guests to vendors we trust and who are at the top of their game in their own field,” said Ashleigh.

The team from Elise Mae Events will get couples thinking local, offering wedding packages, celebrant services and essential kits which highlight the Adelaide Hills community.

The open day will also showcase experienced photographer and videographer Flavia Watkins, as well as trusted celebrant Clare Mannion.

Simply Sublime Events will be on hand for those looking to find the perfect wedding cake and floral designs.

There will be something for the grooms, with Oscar and Hunt showing men how to suit up in style, while The Gathered Bunch will provide a range of floral options for the big day.

With Lake Breeze home to the hugely popular Handpicked Festival, it’s no surprise there will be music on the day, with Ollie English, Katie Moore and Caravan Sounds playing throughout the day.

Lake Breeze’s Wedding Open Day will run from 12-4pm on January 24th. Tickets cost just $10 per person and include a drink of arrival, roaming canapes and a gift bag. Follow the link to secure your first look at the new Barrel Room, https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/lake-breeze-weddingopen-
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