Package weddings but not as you know them at Fairmont St Andrews

Function suite at Fairmont St Andrews
Wedding heaven at Fairmont St Andrews

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last year or two, you’ll probably have heard that bespoke arrangements are all the rage in 2019. We’re constantly being told that modern couples are happy to curate their own unique agreement with their chosen venue, and are delighted at the range they can pick from.

Despite this, we know that there are still a lot of brides and grooms out there who crave the structure and guidance that a traditional wedding package can supply. Luckily for them, Fairmont St Andrews has recognised this appetite, and taken the initiative to launch three brand-new offerings, Tulle, Satin and Lace.

Each of these includes access to one of the luxury venue’s dedicated co-ordinators and provides numerous opportunities to upgrade on the things that are important to you. This means that you can rest assured that there will still be a customisable element to your day and you won’t have to like it or lump it should one or two things not be to your taste. 

View from the suite at Fairmont St Andrews
The views are unrivalled at Fairmont St Andrews

This trio of offerings present incredible value for money, and we can’t think of a better way to take advantage of Fairmont’s stunning event space, which was recently refurbished to the tune of £1 million. Aside from taking in some pretty awesome coastal views, members of your wedding party might also want to drop in to either the world-renowned golf course or relaxing spa to let off steam prior to the day itself.

Best of all, however, has to be the option to add on cake created by the venue’s executive pastry chef Alexander Haebe, guaranteed to satiate even the sweetest of teeth. He specialises in flavours like Sicilian pistachio, traditional Dundee fruit and double chocolate fudge. Our tums are especially excited by the prospect of the latter.

For more information, click onto Fairmont’s wedding brochure and learn about how you can have your cake and eat it. (Though save some for us, pretty please!)

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