An intimate casual garden wedding or a more formal event; the Hutt Valley has some of Wellington's most unique wedding venues.
The Hutt Valley has many scenic reserves and gardens, historic buildings and magnificent views where you can capture your special wedding day photos.
For those that are looking for that special venue, Alfred Coles House is ideal for a small intimate wedding.
This beautiful stately home was built in opulent style in 1905 and is suitable for your wedding ceremony or reception or both.
We can cater for up to 50 people seated. We invite you to come and see the ornately decorated reception rooms and bar area. We are sure you will be impressed.
Celebrate your wedding at The Angus Inn Hotel - with its poolside garden, restaurant, receptions rooms and hotel beds for your guests all rolled in to one venue.
Whether it is a small gathering for 10 people or a big gathering for 200, the Golf Club can accommodate. Enjoy the surroundings while also experiencing a setting which will motivate and stimulate.
Arrive at your wedding in a luxurious Limousine, valet detailed, with ribbons and roses. A polite and professional chauffeur opening the door for you and your bridal party...as you embark on one of the most special and important days of the rest of you life.
Gesigns is dedicated to making your event, occasion, or home stand out.
First built as a Methodist place of worship by the early Wainuiomata pioneers, opening services at the Church were held on 6 February 1866.
Meetings out of the office can help break down barriers and inspire creativity. Hutt Minoh Friendship House, just across the river from the CBD in Normandale is that place.
In a bush setting with views across the river and city to the western hills, the house is historic places trust listed with a wonderful story to its past.
Lower Hutt's newest Wedding and Conference Centre
This is a romantic hideaway with the WOW factor. A coastal rural retreat purpose built for the romantic night away with that special person.
The Paiaka Suite is set on the cliff face of Fitzroy Bay on the outer reaches of Wellington Harbour, 15 minutes from Eastbourne by road, 2 minutes 50 seconds from Wellington Airport by helicopter.
AWARDED TOP DAY SPA in New Zealand at 2011 New Zealand Beauty Industry Awards.
Silverstream Retreat is dedicated to creating a memorable occasion for your wedding. Whether inside or outside, elaborate or intimate, we are the ideal location for your big day.
We have two wedding venues; the Boardwalk Complex and The Pillars room.
Not your standard hotel or historic house, this is a unique purpose-built venue made up of event spaces including an enclosed outdoor courtyard. These spaces have been designed to reflect our strong commitment to creative work, creative play and creative solutions.
Wallaceville House offers Weddings, Conferences, Functions and accommodation in Upper Hutt, just a short distance from Wellington.
History, serenity and privacy. From the moment you arrive, Wallaceville House will delight. The surrounding bush providing a natural amphitheatre with the chattering of birds being the only interruption.
For a wedding with a difference Staglands Wildlife Reserve offers the perfect solution.
The Wellesley Country Park is located in the Akatarawa Valley, surrounded by towering bush-clad hills, native bush and steeped in natural beauty.
Only 45 minutes drive from Wellington, we provide a full Wedding Service, including catering, and accommodation for up to 150 guests. So, if you are looking for a peaceful and unique setting for your Wedding Day, then look no further. You have found the perfect place.
Set amongst 67 hectares of manicured lawns and landmark buildings, Trentham Gardens is one of Wellington's best kept secrets.
Perfect for a marquee reception, outdoor ceremony and that dreamy garden photo opportunity.
Every Saturday head to the Riverbank Market for fresh produce and a great atmosphere. There's plenty of offer!
Located in an historical school building containing two classrooms, in the grounds of the Wainuiomata Primary School. One room has been converted into an historical display while the other room has been restored as a colonial classroom.