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7 Reasons to Tie the Knot at MOSAIC

7 Reasons to Tie the Knot at MOSAIC

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While 2016 draws to a close, we can’t help but look ahead to the 2017 Wedding and Honeymoon Season with broad smiles and anticipation. We just love celebrations – and nuptials have to be our favourite. Did you know that couples from around the world have tied the knot at Mosaic Private Sanctuary? Here are seven reasons you’ll want to do the same in 2017 –

1. The Majestic Mountains as a backdrop

With a wedding displayed under the gorgeous Overberg Mountains, you’ll feel completely removed from the hustle and bustle of the city. Sometimes moody with mist, or vibrant in the morning sun, the mountains are ever present and provide the ideal backdrop for your ceremony and photographs.

2. Weddings on the Water

Mosaic Private Sanctuary boasts exquisite lagoon frontage – a secret weapon when coupled with the mountains for gorgeous photographs. Say your I Dos on the water’s edge with ancient milkwood trees and birdlife as your witness.

3. Wedding destination: Secluded 1,000-hectare conservation playground

Booked exclusively for your wedding, you and your guests will be the only ones catered for in this secluded setting.  As a destination for two or more days, Mosaic offers guest experiences for both young and old, along with time and space for you to truly enjoy friendships and family to join in your celebration.

4. Pampering Paradise

The newly-launched Rain Milkwood Spa at Mosaic Private Sanctuary will have brides glowing in anticipation of the big day. Choose from a full range of blissful skin and massage treatments using natural Rain Africa products, plus world renowned Elemis BIOTEC facials. The Lovers Nest is a honeymooners’ must!

5. Intimate - whether ten guests or 100

Mosaic’s location allows for numerous settings for your perfect day – and whether you’re inviting your nearest and dearest, or your extended family and friends, the intimacy and charm of Mosaic remain intact. Choose the milkwoods or a grand tent on the lawns outside the restored 1892 Spookhuis.

6. Big City Guests

Just two hours from bustling Cape Town, a Mosaic wedding is accessible for guests travelling in from the city. Onsite accommodation at Mosaic and in Stanford means guests can make a weekend of the wedding festivities.

7. Lagoon Lodge Honeymoon

The five-star Lagoon Lodge at Mosaic provides the ultimate escape from all the planning and preparation of a wedding. Relax and reconnect as a newly married couple while taking in the sites and sounds of Mosaic. Lagoon Lodge stays are all inclusive of meals and onsite activities as you begin your new journey together.

7 Reasons to Tie the Knot at MOSAIC

Mosaic Lagoon Lodge

For the ultimate private getaway, Lagoon Lodge captures the essence of tranquility with just five safari style suites woven into an ancient milkwood grove on the edge of the Hermanus Lagoon. A pampered stay here is all-inclusive with meals, adventure activities and house beverages.

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