Weddings at Woodville



Chapel – aisle is 900mm wide and 11m long, 10 pews and an altar rail on either side (20 pews in all)

Hall – Useable space is 6.5m wide x 9m long

Marquee – 9m wide x 15m long


8 x 150cm round or 10 x 180cm round (max of 10 round tables at any one time)

22 x rectangular tables  180cm long x 75cm wide

French Provincial style glass topped able 75cm x 75cm square suitable for cake, memory corner, wishing well etc

One Barrell – suitable for cake display

Tea & coffee table

Buffet table

5 x 70cm round tables for use in the garden

4 x rustic timber cable roll tables


130 x white shabby chic tiffany chairs

60 x beige moulded plastic outdoor chairs


In hall generally used for your signing book and wishing well

Wishing Well

1 x white birdcage; 1 x bronze birdcage; 1 x vintage glasshouse; 1 x rustic timber box

Sky Garden

3m long x 1.2m wide


Suitable for outdoor ceremony or just as decoration in the hall, 2m wide and 210 – 260 cm high (adjustable)

Other Items

8 x shepherds crooks with either hanging lanterns or hanging flower jars

2 x vintage metal cream churns

2 x Corinthian columns – 90cm tall

Rustic double door outdoor ceremony entrance way

2 x rustic timber windows suitable for table seating plans

2 x easels


Dιcor Items

Chair sashes (30 colours available) can also be used as table runners

Hessian table runners

Lace table runners


Glassware – giant martini vases 50cm tall, 10cm wide cylinder vases in various sizes, fishbowls, float bowls, candelabra- 60cm tall holds 5 pillar candles, manzanita table trees, windlight candle vases, crystal candle holders (single stem, holds pillar candle), tealight trees, tealight votives, large assortment of bottles, jars, milk and cream bottles, mason jars etc, assorted table numbers, large collection of cut glass sugar bowls, cream jugs and milk jugs, timber rounds




    Weddings at Woodville

            Unique heritage venue

        for Weddings & Receptions


    235 Clarence Town Road

    Woodville, NSW 2321

    Near Maitland in the Hunter Valley

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