Palazzo Falson is located in Mdina and it is a two-storey medieval palace fashioned on Sicilian examples of its period which was build by the Sicilian, Spanish and local nobility in Mdina. The Palazzo consists of a series of rooms wrapped around an internal courtyard, and an overlying piano-nobile which contained the original living quarters.
Villa Anna Teresa
A typical aristocratic Maltese villa extensively furnished with fine antiques, paintings and other works of art, Villa Anna Teresa is located in St. Julian's, and is ideal for small and intimate weddings and other events. Its large halls, adorned with antique furniture, give the place an aura of splendour.
Malta Postal Museum
The Malta Postal Museum is home to an extensive collection of postal artifacts related to Malta’s long and colourful history.
A breathtaking view of St. Paul's Island, Amazonia Complex is one of Malta’s most vibrant hotspots, both with the local socialites and jet-setting visitors. Starting from a sleek bar area to a fantastic sea side view pool, this location will make your event a memorable one for all guests alike.
Adjacent to Eden Lodge, Cottage Gardens is the second hall within the Garden of Eden Halls. The island of Filfla provides a serene and romantic backdrop to an intimate outdoor wedding surrounded by nature. Cottage Gardens also enjoys spectacular sea views and views of the Wied Babu valley in Zurrieq.
Heritage Malta is the proud custodian of some of the country’s most impressive palaces and historical sites which can be unique venues for the hosting of memorable functions and events. Built to be used as a courthouse, this palace was the seat of the Maltese inquisition. The building resembles a Roman Palazzo making it the perfect setting for a fairytale themed wedding.
It was in 1997 that Abraham decided to refurbish his 300 year old grandparents’ houses and turn them into luxurious holiday rentals in Gozo. In 2008 he completed the complex adjoining a further four houses characterising them with local features and giving them modern finishing touches.
Why should you visit a wedding fair?
The more we participate in wedding fairs, the more we realise how important and beneficial it is both for us as a company as well as for the bride and groom, to be present at such fairs. Here everyone’s able to meet with the people who might end up providing a service at their wedding while seeing some products and what they can add to your special day live, helping you make a more informed decision by the end of it. Moreover, you are bound to get some lovely offers and discounts which have been set specifically for the occasion.
Moreover, wedding fairs constantly prove to be the ideal setting where all wedding service providers starting from photographers, videographers, wedding planners, and caterers just to mention a few, are given a platform through which they can show off their work. Brides and grooms have the luxury to compare different suppliers on the spot and test them out to see which ones will cater more for their specific needs.
Wedding fairs are extremely helpful for all those freshly engaged couples who seem to have no idea where they should start with their planning. However, this is not only limited to those couples who are just starting out their wedding planning. You can visit a wedding fair at any stage in the planning process. You never know, you might come across something that could have slipped your mind or completely not thought about.
Before going to the fair, especially if newly engaged, make sure to have a check-list of things you’d like to look into and book and maybe highlight which exhibitors you’d definitely like to visit.
With a whole lot of freebies, food tasting and fantastic discounts you will most definitely leave the wedding fair with a bargain. See you lovely couples at the Say Yes Wedding Fair.