Venues we work with

We are a preferred supplier to a number of venues in and around Melbourne.

The relationship we have with each venue varies, ranging from setting up outdoor ceremonies, on the day assistance, styling to full wedding planning but in each case the packages are flexible, enabling you to pick and choose according to what the venue offers, where you are at in your planning, and your budget. These packages are designed with your chosen venue in mind and our relationship with them.

As a member of the Bayside Wedding Group it is great to have the support of venues based along the Bay and we are also excited to be a preferred supplier for two venues in Daylesford and another along the Peninsula.


Bayside and Docklands

Brighton Savoy


An iconic bayside hotel, reception. function, conference and wedding venues in the Southern suburbs of Melbourne providing accommodation on the bay, The Brighton Savoy Hotel has been owned and operated by the Lee family since 1967.

Windows on the Bay


Surrounded by glass, Windows on the bay is a Melbourne Restaurant which sits meters from the golden sands of the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay and using the bay view as canvas for your dining experience.

Quest 3


Quest 3 is a luxurious super yacht that can accommodate up to 48 guests. It provides you and your guests the chance to enjoy Melbourne from the bay while you celebrate in style with your family and friends. Quest 3 has all the facilities you need including a space where you can get ready, a full kitchen, ceremony deck and cocktail lounge..

Mornington Peninsula and Daylesford

Flinders Golf Club  flindes-golf-club

The Flinders Golf Club provides a wonderful experience combining a sense of tradition that comes with being over one hundred years old and boasting modern facilities.

Perched high on the cliff tops, views across Western Port Bay to Phillip Island and the rugged Bass Strait coastline provide a stunning panorama for your special occasion.

The Conventthe-convent-gallery

The Convent’s origins date back to the 1860s Gold Rush. Built as a private residence for the Gold Commissioner, it was then known as “Blarney Castle”. It wasn’t until 1191 that The Convent Gallery as we know it today was first established thanks to the vision of Tina Banitska.

The Grange Bellinzonathe-grange-bellinzona

Grange Bellinzona was built in 1864 as a guest house and was rebuilt in 2003 to the highest standards, boasting grand Edwardian style heritage décor complete with heated indoor swimming pool, sauna and spa complex.

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