The Glynis Ruth Chapel with a Casablanca Mosiac Floor. This beautiful quaint white chapel with pillars, seats 250 pax. It has a sound system, lapel microphone, climate controlled, red carpet, crystal chandeliers, confetti bowl, old church bell, lights that illuminate the aisle of the chapel, a podium, signing table and chairs.
OPPIDAM Weddings. An unique alternative to getting married in a chapel is getting married on the dam surrounded by guests on the outside. The bride and groom walk out onto a platform embraced by pillars and capped with a gazebo to say their “I do’s”, in the middle of the dam. This option can accommodate 200 guests.
Garden and Picnic Weddings. This option can allow for 200 guests. The couple can get married in the garden in front of the gazebo. A red carpet, gazebo, aisle stands, confetti bowl, ministers podium, and umbrellas for guests are provided.
Garden and ‘In die Bos’ Walkway can accommodate functions, tea parties, baptism celebrations or picnics for various functions. There are different garden rooms from a bush walkway, formal garden, dam and gazebo, to an aloe and protea garden. There is also a bushveld area and enclosure where Casablanca’s donkeys, Matewis and Meraai stay with their children, Valentine and Pollie.
Reception Venue: The reception venue can accommodate 300 guests and has the following facilities: A classical white pillar entrance that leads onto a welcoming area and a lounge area with grand piano. There is the Humphrey Bogart Bar and Ingrid Bergman Coffee Bar, with adjacent Moroccan Stoep and fireplace. The lounge area leads out onto the Old Stoep which is a classical cream and white venue that can accommodate any function theme or event.
Honeymoon suite has an onsuite open air Jacuzzi and the room is climate controlled and looks out onto the swimming pool. It has its own private entrance and stoep.
Casablanca Manor Wedding Facts:
Accommodation – Yes
Conference Facilities – Yes
Chapel – Yes
Outside Ceremony – Yes