Blue Wren Farm

Rating
1 5 5.0 (7 reviews) 
Location
433 Ulan Road, Mudgee, New South Wales
Business Hours
Monday to Sunday
1000 - 1700
Phone
0409 660 635

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Do venues charge more for weddings on Public Holidays?

HI All My partner and I are considering getting married on Monday 5/10/20, which is Labour Day in the ACT and NSW. We were wondering if the venue hire would be increased, or if vendors would increase their fees? I understand that many may just charge the weekend rate, which is fine, but I'm just checking. Thanks!

Hi Lauren

Thanks for your enquiry.  At Blue Wren we do not have higher charges for weekends or public holidays.  We do however have cheaper mid week wedding packages available if this is something that might interest you ?  Please come back to us if we can help with your special day.

Cheers, team Blue Wren

How can my future husband and I celebrate a guest's birthday on our wedding day?

Depending on how you would like to incorperate your guests birthday, there is no reason why not! You could always consider a birthday cake and present corner for them? Not forgettng a birthday song too! Please feel free to contact the venue direct with any ideas or questions!

I am looking for a venue for reception in Sydney and byo caterer?

The choice of date is 29 Dec 18 and approx. 60 people and suitable for an Indian wedding reception

You're getting close to New Years Eve, but Sydney is in full party mode - use the Easy Wedding filters to find your ideal venue.

Do you need lots of dance space? Commercial kitchen to cook from scratch or bring'n'heat? Work out what's important before approaching places. Ensure you've good parking or transport close by that makes it stress-free for your guests to join you.

Start dialling now. Christmas and other parties during this time can book out the good spaces!

Enjoy your night!

Michael

Do you recommend the couple avoids drinking at their reception?

Let's face it, your reception is the culmination of planning - much of it emotional - to celebrate marrying your loved one!!

As you survey the crowd, sitting at the top table, watching your family catchup with your friends (many for the first time), the addition of alcohol can mar your special day. It can be stressful for some.

Can you really blame the mother-in-law screaming obscenities during the speeches, best man emptying a six-pack of beer on the polished wood floor then sliding onto the dance floor or a bridesmaid revealing her breasts during the bridal waltz (all true events at weddings I've been to) - they've drunk too much, due to the pressure, losing control.

But yes, drink. Moderately. But take it easy.

Salute your spouse. Cheers your wedding champions. Sip to success. It's your wonderful, crazy, loving day.

And stay classy, San Diego!

Enjoy your night

Michael

Sunday Wedding?

We are looking at having our wedding on a Sunday. We would like it to fall on a long weekend but have found that the price is the same as a saturday. If it was to be a working monday in your experience have people left early or just not came altogether.

Here's Blue Wren's experience

On Sundays; they are getting popular, due in part to guests getting their weekend back! Especially for smaller weddings, morning weddings, Sundays can work really well. Less traffic on road, more choice of everything  - lots of good reasons to pick a Sunday (or Friday - on trend..). 

Depending on the style of your wedding, lots of guests we see are still in quite good condition when they leave, especially if they have to go to work or other on Monday. If invited, they come.

On price; we look to charge less for Sundays, as a guide, contrasting to Saturday (most popular day). Costs for staff and other come into the calcualtion of course, but depending on the wedding guest numbers, it can work. Chat to your venue about this.

On attendance; in the end, the bridal party may take the week off but your guests generally won't, no matter the date or time. Weddings are happy events and everyone wants to stay - but young children, elderly relatives and other reasons are seen as non-negotiable and those are the reasons to leave.

If they leave early, just give them cake to take home!

Enjoy your night,

Michael


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