homestead, a beautifully appointed tasting room as well as
St Clement’s Chapel; a consecrated church and wedding venue.
Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa and although it is in the smallest province, Gauteng, it has the most number of people living in it. This follows that there will be more weddings here (with the possible exception of the Western Cape) with huge demand for wedding venues. Weddings in Johannesburg are big business and the growth of the wedding industry has resulted in many specialised wedding and conference venues opening their doors over the last few years.
Many people would argue that Johannesburg has the best climate in South Africa with dry cold winters and hot summers with the normal pattern being a spectacular thunderstorm in the late afternoon and then clearing up into still, warm evenings.
The winter days are normally warm and sunny with cold nights. Many wedding venues run winter specials, so if you shop around you may be lucky to find that you can hold your wedding at a beautiful venue at a substantial discount. Spring and summer are the more popular time to be married with many venues offering outdoor ceremonies.
To make it easier for you to find a perfect wedding venue, we have divided our Gauteng wedding venues into bush, country and city wedding venues. Many of the country wedding venues are situated in the Muldersdrift area of Johannesburg and offer every facility you may need. Different types of venues offer a varienty of influence. Midrand is very conveniently situated close to Pretoria and Johannesburg and there are many wedding venues here. City venues can cater for very large weddings as well as smaller ones. Johannesburg has a large range of wedding venues to choose from, and there is something for everyone, whether you are concerned by price or the situation of the venue.