Although nature provides the most striking decor at the Garden, we also have items for rent to make your ceremony even more special. Archways and flower urns are available. Prices include setup and takedown by staff. Since items are stored on-site, there are no pick-up or delivery charges. Arch rental: $150, Flower Urns: $50/pair.
You may also choose to bring decorative items of your own. All decor items must be approved in advance by the Wedding Coordinator.
The beauty of the concert harp goes hand in hand with the remarkable setting of the Garden. We can arrange for live music at your wedding, provided by renowned musician Terry McDade. You can customize your musical offerings by adding extra musicians or vocalists. Or, you may prefer to bring your own musicians. Because of the special outdoor nature of our facility, be sure to consult with a Wedding Coordinator prior to making arrangements.
The Ozawa Pavilion, a traditional Japanese tea house in the Kurimoto Japanese Garden, is a romantic location for an overnight stay for two. The Ozawa features a fully equipped kitchen, shower and bathroom facilities and indoor heating, and can be used year round. During your stay, you will have exclusive access to the picturesque Japanese Garden after public hours.
If you would like a beautiful, serene spot to prepare for your wedding, or to freshen up before your photographs, the Ozawa Pavilion can be booked on your wedding day (subject to availability). The Ozawa is also an ideal location for rehearsal dinners and bridal showers, or as a quiet spot for the wedding party to take a refreshment break during a busy day. Call the Weddings Team for details.
A convenient portable PA system to amplify music from your iPod or CD player. Comes with wireless lapel or hand-held mic. $60 + tax. Call for details.
White, 10’x10’ pop-up tents are available for $25 each if you need to shade musicians or other items.
For more information contact the Weddings Department at 780-987-3054 ext. 2223 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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