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The average cost per plate at a wedding at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago is around $200. The price doesn’t just cover food — you’ll also get a tasting menu for four, a bridal changing room, a complimentary honeymoon suite, the ability to rent out blocks of rooms for guests and much more. Despite which wedding package you purchase, it will include staples like Bernadaud china and centerpiece charger plates, chairs, candles, silver framed table numbers, floor-length linens and personalized menu cards. A wedding specialist at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel also will be assigned to help you sort through all of the details — whether you need audiovisual assistance, valet parking, flowers and photographers.
While every wedding is different and prices can vary greatly, the average price of a wedding at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago is approximately $200, exclusive of tax and gratuity. It should however, be kept in mind, that these costs are far more than just for food. Couples are able to completely customize their wedding and are able to do so at a variety of different price points. The hotel offers a variety of packages and menu options and our culinary team is happy to prepare special menus filled with selections to meet cultural or dietary preferences. Each wedding menu package includes the following amenities as an added touch for your special day:
· Elegant crafted Bernadaud china and centerpiece charger plates.
· Luxurious cushioned chairs.
· Luminous votive candles.
· Silver framed table numbers.
· Floor-length designer linens.
· Personalized menu cards.
Your wedding inclusions go beyond dinner, as well though. Also included in that price is a wedding menu tasting for four guests, a bridal changing room available as of noon on the wedding day, complimentary honeymoon suite, upgrades for the parents of the bride and groom, select sleeping room block rates, preferred valet parking rates, and a private coat check. Spend your special day with us at Trump Chicago.