You’ve always dreamt of a small, intimate wedding affair. You’ve imagined tables filled with all of your closest family and friends and time for you and your partner to enjoy the company of your guests. Small weddings can also be less of a production and leave some money in your budget to splurge on the things that matter most.
A smaller wedding means you have a range of restaurant spots to choose from, and we’ve gathered our favourite Brisbane small wedding options to help you create a memorable bash.
Spring Food & Wine
We can’t say enough about this city treasure; perfectly located (just a 5 min walk from Brisbane’s botanical gardens), catering for lovers of food and wine alike, and aesthetically pleasing to boot (they describe their style as a stylish country home).
The restaurant can accommodate the truly intimate wedding of 40 guests or a bigger reception of 150. The cherry on top? Spring will ensure that you have the whole restaurant to yourself. There’s space to host your nuptials but why not head to the Botanical gardens to say ‘I do’?
Housing a Roman inspired cellar tucked away under a heritage listed building, 1889 Enoteca brings Italian charm to a peaceful Brisbane street. Your guests will enjoy Italian wine and Roman food in your own private cellar.
Seating up to 42 guests, we’re lovers of the age-old brickwork, timber table and vintage bottles of wine that this space has to offer. The perfect location for a European inspired wedding.
Another Brisbane city charmer Malt Dining can accommodate a small wedding on any of its three levels. Located in the heritage building, Wenley House, Malt Dining is minutes from the Brisbane river and just as close to the botanical gardens.
Rustic charm coupled with modern touches, all levels of Malt have their own unique feel. You can choose from the Attic, the Bar or the Cellar. Our favourite? The Attic would be our choice, with its sunken dining room, grand piano and views to Brisbane’s streets.