The Customs House in Brisbane’s Queen Street has the royal elegance you’re looking for in a dream wedding.
A look at the Customs House defies belief. You’re seeing several floors of classic Victorian Free Classical architecture that’s over a hundred years old, topped off with a copper dome. The interior itself treats you to cavernous ceilings. The style and importance to Brisbane’s maritime commerce history prompted the Queensland government to declare it a heritage site with the University of Queensland helping with restoration efforts.
For your wedding, you have a choice of either a standard or deluxe ceremony package, with the common denominators being a one-hour ceremony duration, seating for 30 people, carpeted aisle, and a signing table and chairs. Take note that the ceremony duration accounts for ushering in the guests and the programme itself. An event co-ordinator is available for you on weekdays and Saturdays to plan with you and inspect the ceremony site, plus link you up with recommended vendors.
If you have the resources to announce your engagement, the Customs House welcomes you to hold your engagement party. Your package is for three hours and will cover canapes and drinks, plus styling the venue.
A Customs House reception is centred on two facilities – the River Room and the Long Room. The River Room, which has clear sight of Story Bridge, can accommodate 50 people for a banquet function and up to 120 on cocktails. The very cathedral-like Long Room has space for between 50 and 200 sitdown/cocktail guests.
The above is enough to win people who want style for their special day. Book now!