Wedding Venues I Love
As one of the most important factors in planning a wedding, finding the perfect venue can be an extremely daunting task.
To find a venue that meets your needs and style, you should visit as many places as possible that meet your criteria, until you find the right one for you. I have provided the following links to some of my favourites to help you get started.
Built on a hill with spectacular views of Daylesford and beyond, the Convent has 6 acres of manicured lawns, a historic chapel and soaring glass conservatory. If your guests aren’t inspired by the art, architecture and breathtaking views, they will certainly be won over by superb food, wine & warm, personal service.www.conventgallery.com.au
Situated in the beautiful countryside of the Macedon Ranges, Glen Erin at Lancefield is the perfect location for a country wedding. It boasts a purpose built chapel for your ceremony set against the backdrop of our vineyard and gardens, plus an alfresco ceremonial dais adjacent to the vineyard, as well as 30 luxury ensuite rooms and wine tasting for you and all your guests to enjoy.www.glenerin.com.au
As a function space, the NGV is truly unique. The Great Hall is famous for it’s high ceiling which showcases a stunning stained glass desgin, while overlooking the Grollo Equiset Garden, Persimmon is home to some of the gallery’s most impressive sculptures.www.peterrowland.com.au
Located only 20 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD, you will find the last of Australia’s grand suburban Estates – with a 14 acre garden of sweeping lawns, magnificent trees, a tranquil lake, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest fernery and an orchard with over 100 varieties of heritage apples & pears.www.ripponleaestate.com.au
Rising from the rustic, weather-beaten remnants of a barn, Stones of the Yarra Valley has emerged as the region’s premiere location for celebration. With uninterrupted views across vines to the blue-tinged Great Divide, Stones of the Yarra Valley is located on one of the most picturesque and historic properties in the Yarra Valley.www.stonesoftheyarravalley.com