More often than not, weddings are consigned to a few months in the year. Prices hike, waiting lists extend and there’s really no stability in the weather.
Precarious rain (or searing heat) has caused many a spring or summer wedding to undergo last minute marquee hires to protect guests from the lot. There’s never been a better time to jump on the winter wedding train, and no, we aren’t arguing for a winter wonderland theme.
Longview Vineyard is already a premiere destination for weddings due to the gorgeous photography ops around the vineyard but a focus on their winter features is in order.
Particularly the sweeping, heated verandah enclosed by sliding glass windows which overlooks backdrop of lush lawns and vineyards. Take into account that you’re just as likely to have a clear, sunny day in in June as much as in November and makes for an iconic ceremony.
From here, the party can move into the Longview barn for the reception and there’s nothing decrepit about this barn. It holds all the charm of a heritage venue alongside the class of a modern wedding.
Windows adorn an entire side of the barn where you’ll gaze out at the vineyards and not one but two stone fireplaces roar to keep your guests nice and cosy.
The Longview homestead – which is a demure way of talking about 4 star luxury on-site -and 12 king suites, can fit up to 36 guests. So, you’re covered from all fronts.
If you want the big day to be in 2021 or 2022 – and summer is looking particularly full – then it might be time to consider switching seasons! Contact Longview through their wedding enquiry page here.