Mirra Dinning & Events Brisbane Wedding Photo & Video - Luke & Tiernan

We had a big day ahead of the J’adore team with a full 10 hours premium package in the heart of Brisbane, and the team couldn’t be more keen to get stuck in for the day. Our clients Luke & Tiernan were staying at the Meriton serviced apartments located right near the top where we experienced lavish and panoramic city views of Brisbane.  

Turned up at Luke's apartment first, we were treated to a few laughs and everyone getting ready before we pulled Luke aside to do a mock shoot of him putting of the essential wedding attire, before some of our members slipped away to start recording both Photography and videography of Tiernan getting ready below. 

A the other crew turned up to Tiernan’s getting ready apartment we noticed her beautiful gown bought from Andreas Bridal. This Bridal gown service caters to a wide selection of modern and traditional bridesmaids and wedding dresses that perfectly accentuate any figure.  Her other accessories to match the wedding dress was the set of wildflowers from Sugaredstyle whom was also the stylist for the wedding. Whether vintage, retro, opulent, earthy, classic or modern all styles and elements created by Sugaredstyle will keep your guests talking for all the right reasons, The seamless collected detailed and attention they will put into your night will be unwavering as was shown throughout Luke and Tiernan’s wedding. Hair & Makeup was done by Kim & Paige from Rustic Blend Hair Studios, who catered for a few different styles that accentuated every individual bridesmaid, and they were all a fun bunch which was great to work with.

Before we knew it, all of us were setting off to the outdoor ceremony. Romeo Street Parklands offer a romantic subtropical parades hugging the northern side of Brisbane’s CBD what was even more fantastic was the close proximity from the Meriton serviced apartments. The parkland offers five unique and diverse options that is perfectly suitable for any ceremony of that theme. The views also offer spectacular views of the city skyline and celebrations for up to 250 guests.  The wedding celebrant Laurie Pollard from The Wedding Wanderer made an entertaining yet heartfelt service and the affair was everything professional yet homely. 

The ceremony itself was a beautiful affair, that had personal vows shared ,and a few laughs were a product of the guests sense of the lovers special vows to each other. After the ceremony everyone said their congratulations around the terrace where drinks were provided for so the couple could slowly say their thankyou's before we set off to our photo section around Roma Street Parklands . Here we we ventured to the ample photo locations around the venue to get a few of our more intimate moments on both photo and video.

For the reception we were really close from Roma Street Parklands so it was a quick adventure to Mirra Events & Dining Located in Fortitude Valley.  Originally a warehouse, this stylish and opulent venue has been transformed With a mixture of both a classic and modern twist that caters to all wedding experiences. The Venue can cater for wedding functions from any intimate private dinner to up to 180 guests, and provides a quirky outdoor feature setting. 

Throughout the reception we had the opportunity to get to know our couple a little better with the speeches, and they never disappoint. Between the classic shoe game that broke up the speeches and had the crowd laughing and playing along to the heartfelt moments shared between the family and friends, the night was going off smoothly. The food that Mirra Events served was exquisite and was greatly accompanied with Luke & Tiernan’s Lavish Cake which was made exclusively from Butter nonsense, and it lived up to exquisite look of the cake before the couple cut in. 

the rest of the night continued to go along smoothly with the photo booth being used by many guests and everyone hitting up the dance floor and glide along to a classic tune at least once. And before we knew it, the team of two were packing down at 11pm to end the night. As the reception area was located in a little alleyway, it's privacy catered to everyone easily being picked up and whisked off to their next destination.


Written By Natarlie Weller