Fairmont Ambassador Seoul launches private wedding packages

By Jun Ji-hye

The Fairmont Ambassador Seoul has launched two small and luxury wedding packages. Inspired by the current trend of preferring private ceremonies amid the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, each wedding unfolds in the unique space of Gallery 7 on the hotel’s seventh floor.

Fairmont Ambassador Seoul launches private wedding packages

The Fairmont Ambassador Seoul offers two small and luxury wedding packages available until the end of the year. Courtesy of Fairmont Ambassador Seoul

“Small Wedding at Fairmont A,” designed for ceremonies with 10 guests, features a western set menu, one bottle of premium champagne and two bottles of wine, floral decorations and a bouquet and wedding photography.

It is hosted in Cerezo at Gallery 7, offering the ideal setting for a private wedding with city views through floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

“Small Wedding at Fairmont B,” a ceremony for 20 guests, takes place in Gallery 7’s Azaleas, a space defined by soaring ceilings.

It includes a western set menu, one bottle of premium champagne and four bottles of wine, floral decorations and a bouquet and wedding photography.

Azaleas provides highly customized service, offering the perfect venue for a private wedding in the presence of only the bride and groom’s most valued friends and family.

“Our small wedding packages are available until the end of the year,” an official from Fairmont Ambassador Seoul’s wedding team said. “They are designed for customized ceremonies attended only by the bride and groom’s closest family members and friends. Through close one-on-one consultation with our wedding team, we will strive to curate truly exceptional, small luxury weddings, creating unforgettable moments.”

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