Wedding Reception Venues
867 Glenferrie Road
tel:- 03 9818 3900
fax:- +613 9818 3803
web address:- www.butleighwootton.com.au/
Butleigh Wootton :-
Venue type - Historical Building
Venue type: Function venue
Number of function rooms available for weddings: 1
Function room names and capacities:
Main Dining Room - 120 capacity with a dance floor
Marquee - 120 capacity for ceremonies and pre-dinner drinks/canapes only
Alcohol License - Yes
Dedicated wedding planner available - Yes
Licensed for Civil Ceremonies - Yes
Dance Floor - Yes
Evening Reception Facilities - Yes
Car Parking Facilities - Yes
Tables chairs linens and tableware included
Wedding services provided: When you decide to hold a function at Butleigh Wootton, you are not
just booking a venue, you are experiencing five star service, charm and opulence.
At Butleigh Wootton, we are committed to making your function memorable, providing you with professional and friendly service at every turn. Along with a Function Coordinator to help plan your big event, you have an MC to see it through to the utmost precision.
We cater for everything from intimate functions to lavish lunches and dinners in our classically and delightfully refurbished dining room.
Our civil ceremonies are held in our exquisite garden marquee. Then spill out onto the European terrace before experiencing the elegance and magnificence of the mansion s interior as the ideal setting for a perfect reception.
We invite you to visit this very special venue, situated in the heart of Kew, and we
look forward to making your special day all that you desire.
Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: Yes
Suitable locations inside the venue for wedding photography: Yes
Local picturesque areas suitable for wedding photography: Yes
Venue special features:
- Heritage listed building
- Magnificent sweeping staircase
- Beautiful chandeliers throughout
- Stunning gardens
- Private setting
Venue History: Butleigh Wootton is an elegant Victorian mansion that has been refurbished into one of Melbourne s finest function venues.
After "kidnapping" his bride, the groom would take her and go into hiding. By the time the bride's family tracked them down them, the bride would probably already be pregnant! A "bride price" would then be negotiated. An earlier source is the early Jewish custom of the bride and groom spending a week together alone immediately after the marriage feast. The earliest reference to this practice is Jacob's marriages to Leah and Rachel.