According to the French newspaper, Nice-Matin, the reception venue for the upcoming princely wedding in Monaco has been changed. Originally to be held at the stunning Musée Océanographique the venue was deemed “too small.” As a result, the Prince and future Princess of Monaco and their guests will be celebrating at the Salle Garnier on July 2, 2011.
In a statement released to Nice-Matin, per the Palais Princier de Monaco:
…following the logistical problems encountered in organizing the official dinner at the Musée Océanographique on Saturday, July 2, it was decided that the evening would be held in the Salle Garnier and the terraces of the Casino. This change of location will promote a more flexible management of the festivities.
Well, I suppose that is good news for the Salle Garnier for it is a lovely place. Let’s hope this is the last change of locations and other stuff before the princely wedding. Why would I say that, you may ask? Because there has been at least a billion changes — from the date of the ceremony to the wedding ceremony venue and so on — since the official announcement was made last summer… that’s why. 🙂
To read the article in its entirety please click the link below. To learn more about the Salle Garnier please click the link here.
Source: Nice-Matin Photo courtesy of: Zimbio.com by Amedeo M.Turello/Getty Images Europe