COVID Wedding Information

We understand that this it has never been more difficult to plan your wedding, but we want to do everything we can to try and reduce some of your stress and worry! This page is dedicated to COVID information related to weddings. We will keep this page up to date with everything we currently know, and what we are currently working on finding out.

If you have any questions, you can of course always email our wedding team: weddings@immerse.com.au

Updated 5/1/2021

WHAT WE KNOW:

**Please keep in mind that while announcements have been made, the official guideline documents have not yet been released, so this information is subject to change**

CEREMONY & RECEPTION: have now been combined to be in a single category – Weddings

Weddings now have no guest limits, but do have to follow a density requirement of 2sqm per person.

This means the following in the Immerse locations:

Reception: 200 Guests
Vineyard Chapel: 46 Guests
Garden Chapel: 200 Guests
Paddock: 200 Guests

MASK RULES: Do must be worn indoors, unless seated or having your photo professionally taken. Not required to be worn outdoors.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Permitted. The photographer / videographer is not included in the guest maximum.

LIVE MUSIC: Is permitted. 

MAKEPUP & HAIR: Applications permitted.

COVID-SAFE PLAN REQUIRED: Yes – www.immerse.com.au/covid (this is currently being updated to reflect the recent updates)

RECORD-KEEPING REQUIRED: Yes – All guests contact information to be provided by couples on their Wedding Spreadsheet. Electronic tracing will also need to occur. More information on this will be provided soon.

DANCING: Dancing is allowed, however needs to follow a density requirement of 4sqm per person. With the dance floor in it’s standard location, 26 people can be on the dance floor at a time (we should get more information on this once the official guideline documents are released). Masks must be worn while dancing.

CANAPES & DRINK SERVICE: Food and beverages can now be consumed standing, therefore pre-dinner drinks and canapes are permitted. 

 

More announcements are scheduled to be made late January 2021