Dreaming of the Perfect Hunter Valley Wedding?

Cessnock City Mayor, Councillor Bob Pynsent is encouraging brides to be and their helpful future husbands to visit the Hunter Valley Visitor Centre Wedding Display throughout February and March.   

Cessnock City Mayor, Councillor Bob Pynsent is encouraging brides to be and their helpful future husbands to visit the Hunter Valley Visitor Centre Wedding Display throughout February and March.

“The ‘Love is in the Air’ display will showcase the very best of the Hunter Valley wedding industry, making planning the perfect day a breeze”.  

“Those who choose the Hunter Valley for their nuptials are truly spoilt for choice, with so many picturesque venues complemented by beautiful accommodation, fantastic suppliers and talented service providers”, said Cr Pynsent.  

Economic Development Manager, Jane Holdsworth said we are fortunate to have such a well-established wedding industry, where small and large businesses work collaboratively to create unique and unforgettable experiences.  

“The wedding industry is a significant contributor to the Hunter Valley economy and employment".

“Cessnock City Council’s Business Capability Study determined there were 121 businesses operating in the Cessnock local government area that provide direct services or products for weddings”.  

“Brides to be visiting the ‘Love in the Air’ display are sure to be impressed by the depth, diversity and dedication of our wedding industry,” Ms Holdsworth said.  

‘Love is in the Air’ is your chance to discover:  

  • our local & passionate celebrants,
  • experienced event planners,
  • exquisite cakes,
  • romantic venues,
  • vintage cars and transport, and
  • so much more.  

30 January 2017