Beach Road Wines cellar door and restaurant is located in the heart of the McLaren Vale wine region, with picturesque views overlooking the township and surrounding vineyards is the perfect choice for your wedding. Every wedding is uniquely designed to suit your requirements, whether it’s a small intimate day or a grand event. Your wedding will be catered for with the upmost attention to detail.
Woodburn Homestead is an all-inclusive destination for wedding with event management by the multi-award winning nationally recognised caterer and planner Cindy Westphalen. There are many beautiful ceremony locations, as well as options for outdoor or indoor reception celebrations. Luxury accommodation is available in the homestead.
Adelaide and regional South Australia have some amazing wedding venues! No matter what style or wedding you’re planning, big or small, extravagant or simple, winery or function centre, there is something for everyone. Here’s our list of Adelaide’s most popular wedding venues. xx
Written by Gemma-Marie Corti | Adelaide FB Media
As a South Australian teenager, I attended high school in the CBD and would catch the bus to and from school. I never quite mastered understanding the metro system timetable – this is a fact not exclusive to teenage me – so I would often spend over an hour sitting in front of the Former Royal Adelaide Hospital bus stop site waiting for my transport to finally come, whilst staring at the elusive Ayers House.
At that stage in my life I had only ever really been to events in large function halls and my high school gymnasium. I would look at the stunning mansion and envision notions of being born in a more romantic era, of having Gatsby style parties and if I would ever be, “grown up” enough to maybe be invited to something at the beautiful Ayers House. When end of year rolled around and the marquee would go up on the Ayers House, I would try to sneak a peek through the illustrious gates and catch a glimpse of the stylings of the inside wonders of the marquee.
Now, twelve years later, I have realised fifteen year old me’s wildest dreams and have set the date to get married in the Ayers House Marquee. Having previously worked in a corporate setting I attended a few events in the Conservatory and finally got an invitation to attend a Dancing on the Lawns Christmas event, held in the Marquee. My love affair with the location had now cemented. After a few years I made my transition into working in the event and media space which led me to meet Richard McLeod, the owner of Ayers House.
When I first met Richard to discuss media exposure of Ayers House and Henry’s Table, he asked me if I had ever considered getting married at Ayers. I tried to hide my, “fan girl” mannerisms and told him that it had always been a high school fantasy but I did not think it would ever be a possibility. ‘Why?’ He asked me. ‘Well…’, I tried to explain. ‘For starters I have a very big European family that do not fit in most places, and also expect the equivalent to four main meals at a wedding’. Richard laughed at me, and immediately made me realise that I had a preconceived notion that the stunning prestige of Ayers meant that I might be met with the stereotypical highbrow approach to holding an event there (i.e. a leaf and a dob of goats cheese as a main meal, no traditional music, and being frowned upon for having large numbers of guests or a loud crowd). Richard explained to me how he loved the European culture and what it can bring to events, how the space places so much value on food that it has re-established its restaurant quality chefs in Henry’s to exclusively cater events and that the Ayers team designates a wedding planner to be with you every step of the way.
The Ayers House Marquee goes up every December and hosts Dancing on the Lawns Christmas Parties for a four week period and is the perfect setting for a potential 300+ wedding such as ours. With the diversity of marquee styles that are trending at the moment my fiancé, George, and I are excited to have an blank canvas to create our dream rustic glam, outdoor wedding in the heart of the Adelaide CBD. We even got a really fun trending hashtag out of it – #GandGAtTheMarquee.
Ayers House is located at 288 North Terrace, Adelaide. Ayers House holds wedding menu tastings monthly and have an extensive and delicious range of food options to suit everyone. There are over six different event spaces at Ayers House and the marquee can be used not only for weddings and events but for ceremonies at Ayers House. We cannot wait to dance under the stars and continue to share our Wedding Journey at Ayers.
Well, look no further. The team at Tea Tree Gully Golf Club have put together a variety of cocktail style and sit down menu packages that also include honeymoon night accommodation, limousine transfer back to your hotel, wedding cake, chair covers and sashes, centerpieces, cake table, present table, wishing well, and much more!!
The Lane Vineyard offers you a relaxed, sophisticated and intimate wedding experience like no other. Celebrate your entire wedding at the one venue! After exchanging vows at one of the stunning locations on the estate, your guests will enjoy pre-dinner drinks and canapes on the lawn, followed by your reception in their contemporary dining room.
Festival Function Centre is Adelaide’s largest private function venue and can accommodate from 10 to 1500 guests. They provide that exceptional mixture of a warm, friendly atmosphere and sophisticated luxury, at a surprisingly affordable cost. With talented chefs and extensive international cuisine and fine wine the Festival Function Centre can cater for all requirements.