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Western Cape
Cape Town
What you need to know
Small town charm

WWeddings on wine estates are among the most beautiful and romantic - and getting married in the Cape Winelands offers the opportunity to holiday in the gorgeous Western Cape while celebrating your nuptials. 

Various Cape Winelands estates in Constantia (close to the city of Cape Town), Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl cater for weddings. 

There are also wine estates situated further from Cape Town along Route 62 in the Klein Karoo, including in Wellington, Langkloof, Barrydale, Montagu and the Breede River Valley, as well as estates in the Western Cape towns of Hermanus, Worcester, Tulbagh, McGregor and Somerset West. 

A wedding on a wine estate provides a number of options when it comes to planning your wedding day. Many venues have a small chapel in their grounds for the ceremony, or offer scenic spots among vines, in manicured gardens or in historic buildings - and there is the option of a breakfast, lunch or dinner function, or even an early evening cocktail party. 

Holding the wedding reception in a wine cellar is popular during the colder winter months, however, an outdoor wedding surrounded by the beautiful Cape mountains is always an attractive option, especially in summer. 

Stellenbosch and Franschhoek are renowned for their cuisine, so designing a menu with the chef’s input is a pleasure. Of course, arranging the choice of wine is also an exciting prospect, given that many wedding venues in the Cape Winelands are on working wine farms. 

Some couples even organise a small wine-tasting as part of their wedding celebration. 

Many venues provide an all-inclusive service, arranging everything for the wedding, from the flowers to the photographer. If you don't choose to go this route, however, you’ll be spoilt for choice by the range of experienced service providers in the Western Cape. 

If you want to make a weekend of your winelands wedding, accommodation is no problem as relatives and friends can either stay overnight at the wine estate, or at a nearby B&B or guest house. 

Did You Know?

Travel  tips  & planning  info 

Who to contact 

Cape Town Tourism  
Tel:+27 (0)86 132 2223 

Best time to visit 

Each season in the winelands has its charm, but summer (November to March) is most popular. Winters (June to August) can be cold and wet, so factor this into your planning. 

Things to do 

Wine lovers on a Cape wine route holiday will have almost 20 routes to choose from. You can also hike, hire a bike, play golf, visit museums and heritage sights, or take a short drive to one of Cape Town's gorgeous beaches. 

Look out for annual bridal fairs and expos in the Western Cape. 

What to pack 

Cape Town is home to some of the country's best fashion designers, and it might be a great idea to have your dress designed locally by one of the top creators. 

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