Beneath the Tree, Wedding Venue
You would not expect to find a wedding venue in Greenbank, Brisbane. But there is! Beneath the Tree. A backyard transformed into an oasis for your small intimate ceremony with Civil Marriage Celebrant Zena Attasingh, who runs it all from her home and does such an incredible job at making this space come alive, especially on those special days. With beautiful trees on both sides as backdrops, the small intimate space can’t help but make an impression on anyone who comes through those doors…
A Magical feel for a backyard wedding
The place has that magical feel. The timber boardwalk takes you onto a raised deck surrounded by ferns, shrubs and mature trees, giving it a tranquil and tropical feel. They have several mature trees within the garden if you prefer a more natural look for your ceremony. If it’s the country charm you’re after, we have the barn backdrop made from reclaimed/recycled materials and covered in a wisteria vine. The barn looks extra special as the sun goes down.
A selection of elopement arbours is available, each with its unique style and charm. For example, you could choose an old door for rustic simplicity or enjoy the privacy offered by our undercover aviary during lousy weather!
Beneath the Tree, a videographers playground
We have been so lucky in this job! I travel around and work with some incredible venues, but some stand out more than others. The venue is an absolutely beautiful place- despite the weather, it made for a great time working on Kendall & Andrews wedding film. I think any couple getting married here will be pleased not only about their videographer/professional photographer team (which is what they should expect) but also how well everything turned out, including all of those gorgeous, amazing videos taken by yours truly as well.
Kendall & Andrew
I would not have found Beneath the tree if Kendall had not seen me on Instagram and booked myself and Murray for 2 hours for Photo and Video. But with impending rain and lousy weather the day before and in the morning. It was not looking good Xema had space at the front of the house, not a big area but big enough. The rain did stop around lunchtime, so they were still able to get married. It was just a little wet underfoot.
What a delight it was to be there and film this small intimate wedding. Beautiful family, lovely gardens and hosts. I look forward to going back soon. I hope.
Thanks to Murray Redpath for the Photos