Mirra Events and Weddings
If you’re invited to Mirra Events and weddings, you may drive down through the heart of Brisbane, Fortitude Valley, turn into a narrow street of warehouses and hip stores that ends in a train line – and wonder what you’re doing there! You’d never know there’s a gorgeous wedding venue tucked away in this little street. Like all the best places in the Valley, you have to know it’s there.
Step back in time
Walking through the handcrafted golden double doors of this converted warehouse is like entering a whole other world. You leave the city behind you and step into a hall with high ceilings, a mirrored bar and eight gorgeous chandeliers.
To the side of the hall is a long, carpeted room with vintage furniture and Chesterfield lounges that you just want to sink into, as well as a gold-mirrored dance floor.
Then you step outside into a long, narrow courtyard. Here the vibe suddenly changes from 1920s speakeasy to urban industrial chic with corrugated iron fencing and rustic furniture. But somehow it works!
Overall, it’s a diverse space that can be styled to suit any vision. But it’s not a large venue – it’s perfect for an intimate wedding with friends and family. At the wedding I recently attended at Mirra Events and weddings, the ceremony was held out in the courtyard. It’s a very urban space but also pretty once it’s decorated with flowers, lights and lace.
Wedding Videography at Mirra Events and Weddings
Wedding videographers have to be creative at Mirra. It is a small venue. There are not many places on site. The ceremony location is significant, but it is very long and thin, so I was limited to 3 video cameras for the ceremony. There are many opportunities around MIRRA for the video shoot. Still, if you’re adventurous enough, you can stay in the area and get some incredible urban shots around the venue. A backdrop of city streets, renovated warehouses and train lines will be perfect for that particular couple that calls the urban jungle their home.
For our video shoot we travelled across the river to Fish Lane for our video shoot, a vibrant South Brisbane laneway full of bars, restaurants, and street art.