This gorgeous Pop Up Wedding included all the glam and pretty details, but it was designed for just 12 very special people, so was it a pop up wedding or lavish elopement?
When they first met, on a night out with mutual friends, Peter noticed that Laura was quite hilarious, a little wild, and a lot of fun. He was left speechless at her antics and quips. After a little while chatting, Laura saw that under his tough veneer, Peter was actually one of the sweetest guys she had ever met. They have been inseparable ever since, and love that they can be their true selves when they are together.
Laura and Peter decided on a very low-key and intimate ceremony at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha, inviting just their closest family… engaging Elope Brisbane to pull it all together for them.
Her beautiful flowers were from Little Miss Flower Shoppe. The Botanic Gardens were shady and tranquil and made for a beautiful backdrop for the ceremony. Celebrant Cheryl Landsberry soon had the couple relaxed, laughing, and holding back a sentimental tear during their heart-felt ceremony.
Photographer Romana Saeheng captured still and video footage of the ceremony to share with friends and treasure forever. After some family photos around the Botanic Gardens, the group were whisked by Kandid Kombi back to Black Hide Steakhouse for a delicious dinner (and incredible cake by Cakes By Simone.
Peter and Laura loved leaving everything up to Elope Brisbane and enjoyed their entire wedding experience.
“We can’t express how much we appreciated being consulted on our ceremony and your openness to changing anything we requested,” was their feedback to Cheryl Landsberry, celebrant.
“Oh, where do I even begin? Amazing. Lovely. Sweet. Caring. Romana is a little ray of sunshine! She was the perfect addition to our recent wedding day.. not only is she wonderful to work with but genuinely, such a sweetheart. Thank you Romana. You made our day easy, calm, memorable and fun ❤” – their 5 star review for Romana Saeheng Photography (also Elope Brisbane planner)
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot-tha have three areas available to hire for weddings. See their website for more details or contact the team at http://www.elopebrisbane.com.au
Laura’s dress: Brides of Toowoomba