Old Government House Brisbane Wedding Photography

Old Government House Brisbane Wedding Photography

There is nothing like a bit of nostalgic charm for a wedding ceremony, and the heritage-listed Old Government House offered just that for Anzar and Gabbi’s classic yet whimsical wedding. 

Wed under the stone arch by celebrant Liz Jesse, the old sandstone provided a majestic backdrop for this intimate, relaxed ceremony (with Main Event Weddings doing a wonderful job colour coordinating the flower arrangements with the sandstone!).

After the formalities, we continued with the heritage theme and took photos at the Brisbane Powerhouse before making our way to a rooftop in the heart of the Valley. The grand backdrop of Brisbane sky-rises (plus a near-empty rooftop!) provided the perfect opportunity for some fun confetti shots.

As day turned to night, we joined the guests at the elegant top floor venue - Room Three Sixty, QUT. Room Three Sixty is fast becoming one of my favourite Brisbane venues with its ideal location (just outside the hustle and bustle of the city), its stunning panoramic 360 degree views of the Brisbane skyline, the quaint alleyways that dot the campus and the fairy-light adorned fig tree. 

The evening was a joyful celebration of dancing, traditional Middle Eastern drumming by Sahra Entertainment and delicious food.

Thanks for sharing your magical day with atomicbutterfly!

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Celebrant: Liz Jesse / Ceremony Venue/Location: Old Government House, Brisbane / Reception Venue: Room Three Sixty, QUT

Event Planner/ Stylist: Main Event Weddings / Hair: Hair By Danika  / Make-up: Jaimi Lee Make Up / Flowers: Main Event Weddings / Cake:

The Cheesecake Shop Southport / Bride's Dress: White Lily Couture / Groom/Groomsmen Attire: Brunos Suits / Music/DJ: DJ: JL Fox / Acoustic: Danny Shamess / Nails: Nailed by Tayla  / Drums: Sahra Entertainment