YOUR DREAM WEDDING AT OUR HIDDEN GEM
If you are planning to tie the knot in an idyllic setting, be it a civil or religious ceremony we will be delighted to host your guests to a unique and distinctive celebration here at Ta’ Frenc. Our Hidden Gem, internationally renowned for its exceptional food, sophisticated ambience and excellent wine cellar provides the perfect venue and bespoke catering for your intimate wedding with various set-up possibilities to meet your dreams, requirements and budget.
Our centuries old, authentic and passionately renovated farmhouse setting offers tranquil picturesque country views of Xaghra, Zebbug and the Marsalforn valley - the perfect backdrop for an outdoor theme. The beautifully frescoed wine cellar housing fine wines is also available for wedding parties as well as our elegant indoor restaurant adorned with antique decanters, works by local artists and Maltese clocks. Offering various set-up options and unique catering options to suit your theme our dedicated Team will guarantee your guests enjoy every moment of the sumptuous meal and Ceremony.
Gozo offers both civil and religious ceremonies and the legal formalities are relatively simple and can even be done in advance from your home country. Gay weddings are also welcomed on the Maltese Islands. Numerous churches are available on the Island should you desire a religious ceremony, whilst a civil Ceremony can be organized and held at our venue.
Foreign visitors who wish to marry in the Roman Catholic Church will have some formalities to complete in advance. The process is very straightforward and will involve providing documentation such as birth certificates and letters from the couples’ diocese in their country of origin. These would need to be submitted to the Gozo Diocese for those intending to tie the knot on the sister Island of Gozo.
Several specialist tour operators feature both Malta and Gozo in their dedicated wedding and honeymoon brochures, and offer the services of a personal wedding organiser, make-up and hair artist, photographer, bridal bouquet, groom’s buttonhole and wedding cake.
A large buffet reception is very much part of the traditional Maltese wedding, but if you prefer a British style sit-down wedding breakfast, or indeed something more bespoke, the Islands have a range of experienced and professional caterers who offer a wide selection of luxury modern dishes in addition to local cuisine. Most hotels in Malta have a food and banqueting team who will be pleased to meet individual requirements and special requests for any size of wedding party.