Bringing Wedding Wishes to Life



Photo by Wes Battoclette

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry once wrote, “A goal without a plan is just a wish.” No one knows the importance of good planning better than someone preparing for their wedding.

Cincinnati brides and grooms need look no further than the Elements Conference and Event Centre to see their wedding wishes come to fruition. The meticulous event planning staff takes your vision and shapes it into the wedding of your dreams. 

Elements has two convenient locations: Ramada Plaza on Chester Road and the Event and Conference Centre on Lebanon Road. Couples will find all-inclusive wedding packages to suit any budget. All packages will include the attention to detail and the commitment to the highest standard of service that Elements is known for. No detail is overlooked; from food to linens to lighting, the staff knows this is your special day and is committed to going the extra mile to make sure your wedding is everything you envisioned.

An on-site specialist will keep your day running smoothly and make sure no detail is overlooked. Each bride will receive VIP treatment. “Once you look at Elements you are not just another bride, you are part of our family,” says Jay Bedi, CEO of Elements.

“I tell every one of our brides after they look, to step back and enjoy this moment,” says Nidhi Bedi, director of sales. “We will be there every step of the way for you. You’ve been dreaming of this day, now let us make it happen.”

Elements Conference and Event Centre is located at 11974 Lebanon Road, Cincinnati, OH 45241. You can reach them at 513.733.3536. Elements at Ramada Plaza Cincinnati is located at 11320 Chester Road, Cincinnati, OH 45246. You can reach them at 513.771.2080. For more information, visit elementseventcentre.com.

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