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Sydney Gets A Stylish New Wedding Venue With World Class Chef

Finding the perfect wedding venue in Sydney is not an easy task. Even average wedding venues are few and far between. Then you have to organise caterers, seating and table hire, decorations and everything else to bring together your big day.  

Now couples all over Australia have an exciting new venue to choose. The famed Glass Brasserie at Hilton Sydney has revealed their stylish new wedding program, Weddings By Luke Mangan. Not only does the venue’s striking floor-to-ceiling glass wall overlooking Sydney’s historic Queen Victoria Building provide a brilliant backdrop for your reception, but you also get world renowned chef Luke Mangan and his team to create an incredible menu just for you and your guests. This is the same Luke Mangan who has catered to the tastes of Sir Richard Branson, Bill Clinton and Tom Cruise. weddings1
Hilton Sydney launched the program in an open day just over a week ago, showcasing the extremely talented teams and vendors they work with to create your ultimate wedding. Other than Mangan, the most notable partnership is with Anthony Del Col, one of Australia’s most coveted wedding planners. Del Col has been responsible for the lavish weddings of Australian celebrities for many years, including Rove McManus, Guy Sebastian and Ada Nicodemou to name a few.  weddings2
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The reception isn’t the only thing Glass Brasserie will ensure is looking fabulous. Hilton Sydney have partnered with some of Sydney’s best vendors to make your day as seamless as possible. Outstanding flower arrangements from Maria Lush, jaw-dropping sparklers from Bunda Diamonds and your dream wedding gown from Alex Perry are just a few things you can access by booking with Glass Brasserie.
 

To learn more about Weddings By Luke Mangan phone +61 (02) 9265 6068 or visit the website.

-by Kimberley Nissen

Photos: Kimberly Nissen












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