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Wellington Wedding Venues
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Wellington wedding venues offer almost anything a bride could ever want, whether that’s a glorious vineyard overlooking a sparkling ocean, an inner city retreat near the harbour, a sun soaked slice of bush out west, a 5 star hotel ballroom or a fine dining restaurant. Whatever your wedding dream includes, Wellington will have the perfect venue for your big day. Browse our range of venues for options and ideas, and download brochures to compare pricing and facilities. You’ll find an Wellington wedding venue that is exactly what you’re looking for to complete your fairytale.
Choosing your wedding venue will be one of the biggest decisions you’ll make as a newly engaged couple, and popular venues will book out months and in many cases years ahead of time. The following tips will help you make the right choice for your wedding venue.
The venue you decide one will determine the amount of guests you can invite, the location of your wedding (and accessibility for your guests) and to a large extent the look and feel of your venue. We advise that you should allocate a generous proportion of your wedding planning time and budget to finding your dream wedding venue. From vineyards to restaurants, clifftop locations to country estates, the options are varied and diverse.
Your day, your way
First and foremost, decide on the wedding venue look and feel you want. Next, set a budget with careful consideration as to how much you can afford for your dream venue.
If you’ve dreamed about the big wedding reception with 200 of your nearest and dearest, do keep the venue’s capacity in mind when choosing - there are a limited number of venues that can cater to very large groups. If you’d prefer something more intimate and low key, just surrounded by close friends and family, search for a venue designed with smaller groups in mind. Once you know what best suits you as a couple, you can then start writing your guest list and begin searching for places to suit your requirements.