At some point most of us tend to fall within the bracket of getting married, planning a honeymoon or attending weddings as guests. Our heads are buzzing with questions like ‘where can I propose’, ‘where will we stay and ‘where can I take her for our honeymoon’. Prospective brides, your ‘where’s, what’s and how’s’ are almost endless. The N3 Gateway realises that you all need answers and we would like to help by taking some of your stress away!
Where to propose?
We can vouch that she won’t say NO if you pop the question in mid-flight on a hot air balloon flight… Or if you are afraid of heights consider a picnic, wine tasting or a boat ride in the majestic regions of Clarens, Midlands, Berg or the Vaal Triangle.
Where to find EVERYTHING Wedding?
Pssst… The Midlands Bridal Fair is taking place on Sunday, 8 November at Lythwood Lodge. A fun, relaxed day out with a country festival vibe—bands playing, food a-plenty—where the wedding industry will showcase their products and talents to you, the happy bride-to-be. And, of course, there’s a man-cave for the men while you are checking out the make-up artists, bridal gowns and other ‘girlie’ things.
The N3 Gateway realises that you all need answers and we would like to help by taking some of your stress away!
Where to get married?
The N3 Gateway region boasts an abundance of country-chic and classy wedding venues suited for any style, size and budget. Find the location that suits both him and her or meet halfway…Check out our wedding venues.
Where to STAY for your honeymoon or accommodation for guests?
We have all been invited to weddings in the gorgeous regions of the Free State, Vaal, Berg, Battlefields and Midlands. Find an array of accommodation establishments through our directory. Search by type of accommodation or region to find your bed!
Where to buy wedding gifts?
Get the gift you will enjoy buying! Do some wanderlust shopping for the newlyweds and find something authentic and unique at craft and antique shops all along the N3 Route.
Where to host the kitchen teas, hens or bulls parties?