This wonderful Burrawang School of Arts wedding was a real home-made affair. The great thing about hiring an old hall for your nuptials is that you can design and decorate the whole place exactly how you want it. You can put as much or as little effort into the planning and styling as you want. This wedding day I arrived in Burrawang and spent some time driving around the area, searching for some wonderful photo locations. Burrawang is great because it’s a collection of small, quiet streets with endless photo opportunities on every corner.
I really loved this Burrawang School of Arts wedding
Liz and Benedict had their ceremony at the Burrawang Pub – the Burrawang Village Hotel. It really didn’t matter to them that just around the corner there were people enjoying the sun and a few beers. The whole thing was super relaxed and felt like a big party, rather than a wedding. I absolutely love weddings where the focus is a great party.
After the ceremony, I took the bridal party and we strolled the streets of Burrawang. We found a bunch of awesome photo spots along the way, some of which were in the front yards of local houses (oops). We ended up back at the School of Arts for the reception.
I absolutely love how Liz and Benedict styled their Burrawang School of Arts wedding. They decided to opt for minimal styling, using home-made and very simple touches. The whole thing felt more like a traditional viking feast than a wedding reception. We were also serenaded by the wonderful sounds of the Sweet Jelly Rolls, an awesome due from Sydney.
If you’re getting married at the Burrawang School of Arts and are looking for a photographer, I’d love to hear from you! There are a few other venues in the Highlands that are similar to this one. Check out this epic Montrose Berry Farm wedding, for example. You might also love this Eling Forest wedding.