Behind a white picket fence on Gooding Drive is the loveliest little chapel hidden away on the Gold Coast. Braeside Chapel is perfect for intimate wedding receptions on site. It seats 90 guests, so it’s relatively small. It’s got gorgeous white, high ceilings, air conditioning, a PA system and a timeless charm. I love this chapel for ceremonies.
The chapel is located on 2 acres of gardens. I found the grounds great for photoshoots. And, just across the road, you can catch a fantastic sunset in the long, swaying grass venue also has a sense of fun with The Lawn Bar, where guests can mingle and enjoy pre-dinner drinks (beside fire braziers in winter) and even play lawn games.
There is also the Shed Bar, which the owners describe as ‘an eclectic mix of rustic country charm and urban chic’. Another fun place to enjoy drinks before heading to the marquee reception area. The marquee itself is a sight to behold with white-draped walls, chandeliers and fairy lights! It also has tiled floors, air conditioning and a bar area – so this is no tent. For a smaller, elegant wedding, it’s worth checking this one out.
You can visit there Website HERE
Phil went above and beyond on the day of our wedding last week. He was there from start to finish and was super easy to work with. Would absolutely recommend him to anyone wanting/needing a videographer for the special day. The teaser trailer is great – now just waiting for the other videos to come through!
Of course there are a lot more Gold Coast Wedding venues that you could look at or some Brisbane wedding venues all of which are fantastic. You also have a look at the gold coast newest wedding venue The Valley Estate. Or one of my favourite venues at Mount Tamborine, which I only discovered about a year ago Secret Garden Estate