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A wedding in Ayr is a speciality at Fairfield House Hotel. The hotel can cater for up to 100 for a wedding meal and 140 for an evening reception.
The hotel is licensed to carry out ceremonies in The Fairfield Suite for up to 100 guests and in our Boardroom for up to thirty guests. Your wedding day is the most important day of your life, and our services are geared to ensuring that it is the happy and memorable occasion that you will always look back upon with lasting pleasure.
The Fairfield House Hotel takes pride in the personal attention we give to each wedding or celebration, and we are delighted to tailor each occasion to your individual wishes. As we are privately owned we don't have a rule book for what you can and can't have, we will do our best to cater for all requests.
There are no hidden charges, no clauses that say you can't throw confetti, no hard and fast minimum numbers rules, just honest advice from start to finish. We are sure that you'll find that our wedding days are not too costly!
The Fairfield Suite offers splendid surroundings in which to celebrate your special day, and our dedicated team aims to provide you and your guests with an unrivalled standard of comfort and hospitality.
A magnificent bridal suite with four poster bed and jacuzzi is available, and special accommodation rates for guests attending your wedding can be arranged.
Allow us to assist you with the choice of menu, wines, seating arrangements, floral decorations, entertainment or any other requirements.
For a printed copy of our wedding brochure, price list and information pack, you can e-mail our wedding team or call the hotel. Remember this wedding pack should be used as a starting point only, we can deliver far more than we can put in the pack.
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The story behind these wedding photos begins a long time ago. I had spent time with Erin, in a group of mutual friends and got to know her over the years. As is often the case with photographers, my camera went with me on some of those outings. Every single photo that I took of this girl turned out stunning. Every photo, every time. I finally told her that I was going to shoot her wedding someday, since I knew the photos would be amazing. Years after that casual comment, it came true and I was so excited to be there.
Erin and Kyle have the sweetest personalities and share so much laughter. Not only were the photos beautiful (as I suspected), but it was a downright fun day to spend with these two. They joked around, chatted everyone up and were genuinely enjoying the day with everyone attending. The venue was beautiful and everything was so well thought out, so personalized and caring towards their guests. My congratulations to you both and best wishes on your journey together!
Women of Fairfield is the first contemporary public art project of this nature in Fairfield, and brings together contemporary artists of extraordinary talent with members of the local community.
Women of Fairfield will be an evening art walk featuring four projects by contemporary artists, each artist is working with the diverse communities of Fairfield to create artworks which celebrate and reflect on the experiences of women, both in a local and international context.
Women of Fairfield brings the experiences of women to the fore to examine the complexities of public space within a community that shares profound religious, cultural and social differences. The project explores how women navigate these spaces both directly and in a global context and it is a response to conversations Karen Therese had with women in Fairfield about the dominance of men in Fairfield’s public spaces. This dominance impacts on the visibility and freedom women have within public spaces in Fairfield.
Facilitator and Project Director Jiva Parthipan
Co-Curators Karen Therese and Anne Loxley
Artists Kate Blackmore, Hissy Fit & Maria Tran, Claudia Nicholson, and Zoe Scoglio
Partners Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARTTS), C3 West and Fairfield City Council.
October 2016 – Fairfield City
Left to right: Kate Blackmore, Jade Muratore, Claudia Nicholson, Natalie Randall, Emily O’Connor Maria Tran, and Zoe Scoglio, Image Credit: Anna Kučera
Kate Blackmore is collaborating with Fairfield’s Assyrian community, the largest and most established community of Assyrians living in Australia. In Fairfield, Assyrian weddings are major community events where ancient and modern rituals collide. Blackmore’s work All Wedding Wishes focuses on the significance of the wedding ritual through depicting the wedding of Assyrian-Australian bride, Nahren Georges. The 2-channel video installation will feature observational documentary sequences of Nahren’s wedding to a soundtrack by popular Assyrian wedding singer, Sonia Odisho. The work will also illuminate the important function of the wedding videographer in representing the wedding to families living in diaspora. All Wedding Wishes will take viewers behind the spectacular façade of Assyrian-Australian weddings to explore the complex web of social, cultural and political interactions that they symbolise. Assyrian wedding musicians and dancers will parade down Harris Street inviting audience members to enter the artwork’s location.
Video and performance art collective Hissy Fit (Jade Muratore, Emily O’Connor and Nat Randall) & Maria Tran, an Australian-Vietnamese actor, director, cultural practitioner and marital arts specialist are collaborating to present Supreme Ultimate. This creative project engages women from Fairfield in a range of martial arts practices, and incorporates video, live performance and installation. Staged on the top of the Downey Lane Car Park and featuring a performance by Maria Tran, Supreme Ultimate explores the ways in which martial arts has informed identities and the ways, particularly in a cinematic context, it uses forms of control and deviancy, restrain and excess to navigate cultural and gendered domains
Claudia Nicholson is working with the women of Fairfield’s South American community to produce Pero no cambia mi amor, a series of works and performances presented in the Fairfield Chase food court. As a Colombian-born artist, adopted and raised in Sydney, Nicholson’s practice addresses issues around multiple identities, belonging and separation from homeland. Nicholson will create a large, circular alfombra de aserrín (traditional South American sawdust carpet) in the food court, located near women-run eatery South American Flavours. The design and symbols of the carpet have been developed through a process of creative exchange with women. Nicholson has engaged local community groups and performers, including the Spanish Speaking Choir, to sing Spanish folkoric songs on both nights. On 8 October the work will climax with the performance of a Spanish folkloric dance on the alfombra.
Nicholson is also working with young women and girls through a series of workshops to create low-fi video self-portraits which will be presented on existing television screens throughout Fairfield Chase. Pero no cambia mi amor celebrates and profiles women who have defined a social and cultural space in Fairfield on their own terms.
Zoe Scoglio is working with Women from the Khmer, Indigenous and Iraqi communities who live in and around Fairfield for her public celebration In The Round. Using voice and song as a launching point, Zoe is collaborating with each of the three groups to create a sound collage. These rhythmic soundtracks will be played back from cars decorated by the women as they do laps of the streets of Fairfield City at Dusk. As the sun sets on October the 8th, the cars will congregate in a ceremonial gathering at the roundabout, bringing together the women from these diverse communities in an act of hosting and celebration extended out to the greater community. This work addresses both the absence and presence of the women in the streets of Fairfield at night, using celebration and hosting as a tool for resilience and place making.
Women of Fairfield is proudly supported by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
A wedding in Ayr is a speciality at Fairfield House Hotel. or celebration, and we are delighted to tailor each occasion to your individual wishes. have a rule book for what you can and can't have, we will do our best to cater for all requests.
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