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Weddings

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Would you like to have a wedding that will be remembered for a lifetime? Håholmen is a unique setting for the wedding celebration. The whole stay, starting from the arrival on the Viking ship “Kvitserk” and ending with the breakfast the day after, is going to appear almost unreal.

The wedding night is spent in the bride and groom’s house by the sea, and the whole islet is closed off for everyone else than the bride and groom with their guests. The wedding ceremony itself can also be arranged here, if desired. 

Håholmen arrange a lot of weddings during a year. 
Together with the bride and groom, we plan a spectacular event that makes full use of the special charm and characteristic traits of åholmen. 
We can promise you a wedding that the bride and groom as well as their guests will be talking about as long as they live.

This is a very popular suggested programme:

At 13:00 Wedding in one of the 4 churches on Averøy

The Kornstad church is closest to Håholmen (about 25 min). There is also a beautiful stave church in Kvernes, built in the 14th Century.
If the bride and groom wish to get married in Håholmen, it can be done either outdoors or inside the Saga Siglar Hall.

At 14:00 The wedding guests go by Viking ship “Kvitserk” from Geitøya to Håholmen. Sparkling wine and finger food are served on the quayside.

At 15:30 The bride and groom arrive in the bar, and toasts are made with champagne.

At 16:30 A festive dinner based on seafood in Ytterbrygga.

At 20:00 Coffee with liquor.

At 20:30 Cake and coffee are served, the newlyweds cut up the wedding cake.

At 22:00 The wedding dance.

At 22:30 Bar, music, and dancing in pleasant facilities.

At 24:00 Late night snacks.

At 01:30 The newlyweds sneak out and enjoy sparkling wine in their suite.

At 02:00 The bar closes and we retire

The next morning, a combined breakfast/brunch is served in Ytterbrygga.

Our hosts at Håholmen Sea Cottages offer:
- A planning and advisory meeting
- Showing you around on Håholmen
- Rehearsal dinner
- Putting together the programme