Weddings are magical occasions, whether its yours or someone else’s, but it’s no secret that they can also be quite stressful.
Catering a large event like a wedding is one of the biggest challenges, particularly if the venue is outside. That’s why a mobile cold room is a great idea; you can easily store food, drinks, and even flowers in there, and set it up wherever is convenient for you.
If you’re getting married in Brisbane, then these are the very best venues the city and surrounding suburbs has to offer.
Sitting atop Mt Coot-tha lookout and overlooking Brisbane City, The Summit offers wedding ceremonies and receptions at Brisbane’s best lookout.
With 3 space options, they have rooms to suit small to medium size weddings. The venue is located in Toowong and offers in-house catering options, spectacular views, and great wet-weather options.
It has a 5 star ratings on EasyWeddings.com.au, with countless people praising the beautiful view and food on offer.
Set amongst the rolling greens of Victoria Park Golf Course, this stunning wedding venue overlooks the city and is only 2 km from the CBD.
It offers 6 unique wedding rooms to choose from, 200 free carparks on site, catering, and great options for indoor and outdoor weddings.
Catering from small to large ceremonies and receptions, this is a spectacular venue and very conveniently located.
With views of the Brisbane River and Storey Bridge, you can’t get more “Brisbane” than the La Vue Waterfront Restaurant. It’s situated in the heart of the CBD, and perfect for an intimate wedding reception.
The venue can hold up to 130 people for a cocktail soiree, but sit-down receptions are much smaller.
The food on offer and the spectacular view are the best things about this cosy, classy venue. And for people who want to kick-on, it’s within walking distance of the city’s best nightlife.
Located in the heart of the Brisbane CBD, directly across from the picturesque City Botanic Gardens, Royal on the Park is the perfect wedding venue for city lovers.
The venue can hold up to 380 people, so it’s great for larger weddings. It has options for indoor and outdoor ceremonies, so you can find something to suit your wedding of choice.
The venue offers a traditional and elegant atmosphere, and has accommodation options for guests and even a complimentary suite for the bride and groom. You won’t have to go far once the celebrations are over and you want a nice, luxurious night’s sleep.
This is the perfect venue for a classy, traditional wedding, with its magnificent architecture and stunning location, Customs House is a romantic setting for a wedding reception.
You have views of the Brisbane River and beautiful decor inside, the venue holds up to 220 guests. It is one of the more expensive options on this list, but if you are looking for a spectacular and classic wedding venue, than Customs House is perfect.
The venue is full of history and style, and has options for ceremonies inside or outside by the Brisbane River.
If you’re looking for a venue that is more unique and stylish, then Cloudland may be the one for you. Situated in the heart of Fortitude Valley, many people don’t realise that the nightclub Cloudland also doubles as a wedding venue.
With spectacular and unique interior design, the inside of Cloudland is definitely the focal point. There are plenty of picture perfect opportunities, with a lush indoor garden, glistening waterfall and sparkling chandeliers.
The venue doesn’t come cheap, but for those wanting a different and unforgettable venue, then Cloudland won’t disappoint.