Hannah and Lachlan’s Wedding
Hannah and Lachlan’s stylish, inner-city wedding was held at QUT. Their ceremony took place in the Main Hall at Old Government House and the reception was hosted at Room Three Sixty. The evening was a fast flowing celebration with delicious food from Brisbane Wedding, free flowing beverages and excellent service.
Florist: Kate Dawes Flower Design
Celebrant: Jake Smith
Photographer: Deb Boots Photography
Videographer: Mitch Lally
Bridal Car: Millimo
DJ: Cut a Rug Dj
Chair hire: Hamptons Hire
Table hire: Aladdin’s Party Hire
Dance Floor: Staging Creations
Cake: Hansel and Gretel
Ceremony Chairs & Ceiling Draping: Hitched Events
The ceremony was held in the glamorous Hall of Old Government House. Guests and the bridal party were seated on white ceremony chairs facing the grand piano. A stunning floral garland provided by Kate Dawes was wound around the staircase at the end of the aisle.
After the ceremony, group photos were taken on the lawn before guests made their way to the Courtyard for drinks and canapes.
Cuisine on Cue provided a selection of self-serve platters overflowing with freshly baked Turkish grissini with housemade dips such as hummus, roasted pepper cream cheese and macadamia pesto. A range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages were served by Cuisine on Cue’s experienced wait staff.
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Guests moved up to Room Three Sixty, one of Brisbane’s most sought after wedding venues, for pre-reception canapés and drinks.
As the epitome of sophistication and elegance, Room Three Sixty was the perfect place for Hannah and Lachlan’s inner city wedding reception. As its namesake suggests, the venue provides 360 degree views of the city skyline and Brisbane river through floor to ceiling glass windows.
The room was styled with white linen draping from the ceiling and a hanging garden situated above the dining area. The tables were styled with white linen tablecloths, topped with green table centerpieces, white flowers and charming tea light candles.
Cuisine on Cue supplied delicious, pre-reception canapés including vegan catering options like house made tofu and chickpea falafels with scented cumin and crème fraîche. Guests also grazed on plates of Lebanese inspired chicken samosas with red peppers and walnut dip.
Entrees were served following the entrance of the Bridal party. This included an alternate drop of baked Hervey Bay half shell scallops with lemon roasted panko and sauce vierge, or twice cooked pork belly with shaved fennel, nashi pear with lemongrass soy reduction.
Mains included roasted corn fed chicken on grilled zucchini wedges with mojo verde, pepper strips, kipfler potatoes and jus gras. The alternative main meal was a 180g eye fillet cooked medium with celeriac and parmesan gratin, roasted carrot and charred truffle jus.
After the bouquet toss and bridal waltz, the wedding cake was plated and served to guests with tea and coffee. A premium, free-flowing beverage package was on offer throughout the course of the evening with a selection of beers, wines and spirits for the bridal party.
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