Holding a wedding party in South Estonia, Põlva County

If you are looking for a place to hold a wedding and a wedding reception, you are in the right place. Ojakalda recreation center is a wonderful place to organize a wedding and have a wedding party.

Romantic weddings in South Estonia

What could be more beautiful than spending a romantic wedding in South Estonia. We can organize both a pairing ceremony and a wedding party. In addition, we offer accommodation with various additional services – a disco with light effects, etc.

If the weather is nice, you can decorate the outdoor area of the recreation center with decorations that match the theme of the wedding. If you can’t rely on the weather so surely, it is also possible to hold a wedding ceremony and party in our large main house, which can also be decorated to your liking.

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Why hold a wedding party in the Ojakalda recreation center?

We highlight just a few points for holding a wedding in our recreation center:

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Wedding traditions

What would a wedding party be without engaging games and traditions. Here are some wedding traditions:

You must have heard the saying about weddings “something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue”. Something old represents the bride’s past life and this item must be something from the bride’s family. Something new marks a new beginning in the form of a new family. This item can be something that has just been purchased. Something borrowed means that the bride can rely on her family and friends. This item could be borrowed from a happily married couple in the family or circle of friends. So there is hope that the happiness will also be transferred to the young couple. Something blue represents purity, innocence and love.

Garter tradition dictates that each leg of the bride has different colored garters, such as pink and blue. The groom’s task is then to pull the garter either blindly or without the help of his hands. A pulled garter is supposed to predict the gender of the first child. A pulled garter is also used to predict who will be married next. Similar to throwing the bride’s bouquet, the groom throws the garter over his back among the bachelors, and the one who catches it is the next to take the wife.

The tradition of planting a tree is that tree is planted after the marriage registration and before moving to the wedding party. Planting and watering the tree represents the young couple’s desire to work together in growing both the tree and the relationship.

The ritual of giving up the name is performed when the bride gives up her name when getting married and takes the groom’s name, or vice versa. The ritual of giving up the name can be performed in different ways, for example:

  • By writing the last name on a piece of paper and then burning it.
  • By writing on a stone and then burying it or throwing it away.
  • By writing a name on a cake, pieces of which are distributed.
  • By giving the name to a passing car in a gift bag.
  • By sending it in the sky with hot air balloon.
  • By writing the name on the glass and then smashing it with a hammer.
  • By sending it to sky with doves.
  • By writing the name on a piece of paper and putting it in a bottle and throwing it in the river.

The tradition of locking hearts with a padlock involves writing the names of the newlyweds on the padlock and then attaching the padlock in a public place. The lock is closed by the newlyweds and the groom then breaks the key in half and throws the key head into the river.

The wedding auction tradition usually takes place before the cake is cut. Everything that fantasy allows is put up for auction, the goal has usually been to cover the wedding expenses of the bride and groom.

The tradition of cutting the wedding cake is the culmination of the whole wedding party. The young couple cuts the wedding cake hand in hand, and if at the same time the bride tries to step on the groom’s feet, the woman will also have to pay her respects in the house. The first piece of the cake belongs to the newlyweds, the cake is served to them on one plate. The first bite is for each other, celebrating cooperation and supporting each other.

Majutus peamajas

Puhkekeskuse värskelt valminud peamaja mahutab 20 inimest. Meil on 4 hubast kaheinimese tuba, kokku on 8 voodikohta.

Ojakalda puhkekeskuse peomajas saab maha pidada ka kõige meeleolukamad peod. Meil on piisavalt ruumi nii sees kui ka õuealal. Peomaja saab dekoreerida vastavalt enda soovile ja peo iseloomule. Lisaks on võimalik majutada pidulised siinsamas kohapeal – peamajas.

Puhkus koos perega
Ojakalda Puhkekeskus on suurepärane koht kus võtta aeg maha ja lihtsalt puhata. Siia võid puhkama tulla nii sõprade kui kogu perega.

Ojakalda puhkekekesuses on võimalik veeta nii rahulik kui aktiivne perepuhkus. Kui soovite veeta rahuliku perepuhkuse, siis suvel pakume võimalust päevitada tiigi kaldal, nautida kaunist loodust jne. Majutame terve pere meie hubases peamajas. Kui soovite aga veeta aktiivse perepuhkuse, siis ka see võimalus on olemas. Puhkekeskuse alal saab mängida erinevaid pallimänge, meeskonnamänge, käia ujumas, püüda kala puhkekeskuse lähedal olevast järvest ja minna kasvõi kaunisse Lõuna-Eesti loodusesse matkama.

Meile on oluline, et puhkekeskuse külastajatel oleks siinviibimine võimalikult mugav. Tänu meie hästivarustatud köögile jääb Sul üle vaid oma toit kaasa võtta. Kõik vajaminev tehnika toidu valmistamiseks ja selle säilitamiseks on juba olemas. Einestamiseks on meil suur laud koos kuue istumiskohaga.

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Ojakalda Rest Center – a place to hold a wedding party

In addition to holding a wedding party, we offer the opportunity to relax with the familyin the Ojakalda recreation center, organize children’s parties, family reunions and much more.

The Piigaste stream flows from the plot of the recreation center. A roaring waterfall is a sight to behold. In hot weather, you can go to the stream to get your feet wet, and you can sunbathe, play ball and much more on the beach area by the stream. There is also a pond in the recreation center area, which is adjacent to a beautiful beach area. You can also swim in the pond, play water games, and just enjoy your vacation and sunbathe. For those who want to swim longer, Janukjärv (also Jänukjärv, Janutjärv, Jaanekjärv) is 400 m away from the plot. You can also catch fish from the lake.

If you stay with us, be sure to check out the nearby natural beauty spots. There is a beautiful pine forest and Palojärv in the Kiidjärve-Kooraste recreation area. This place is good for the whole family, there are also hiking trails. The Viia-Jaani Labyrinth Farm is a place that is also suitable to visit with children. In the fields of the Viia-Jaani farm, there are different stone circles that have been inspired by different parts of the world. In the Labyrinth Farm, you can experience the effects of several labyrinths and stone spirals. Hiking enthusiasts should definitely check out the Voorepalu Põrgurada, which is suitable for everyone due to its length (0.5 km) and leaves time to admire the beautiful nature there in addition to hiking.

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