Brookfield Place is set to showcase their stunning wedding ceremony and reception venues as part of the Perth City Wedding Open Day on Sunday, Feb 21. The annual event seeks to provide engaged couples with a day to explore potential venues across Perth’s CBD, and with proposal season just behind us, there couldn’t be a more apt time for it. Brookfield Place offers a smorgasbord of bars, restaurants and function spaces to suit those after stunning backdrops, elegant fine dining or a relaxed cocktail setting for their big day. Featured venues include:
For those after an intimate cocktail setting, Bar Lafayette is a classic old-world cocktail bar in a restored 1910 building once home to Perth Technical College. Specialising in whiskey and cocktails, you can sip on unique creations using 12-year ages scotch, chestnut liqueur and chocolate bitters, just to name a few. Inside, it’s dimly lit, cosy and moody, with wooden floorboards, exquisite velvet and chesterfield couches and decked out with retro lamps and historic-themed paintings. Plus, outside boasts a large alfresco exploding with greenery, with enough room for entertainment and an outdoor bar.
Print Hall Bar
One of Perth’s most awarded hospitality venues since opening over seven years ago, Print Hall offers a unique, heritage-listed building for weddings. The multi-level bar and restaurant has five spaces available for hire, from small intimate rooms for 22 wedding guests to large areas with room for 450 for big reception parties, as well as a happy medium on the rooftop terrace. Or, you can hire out a few different spaces and enjoy a multi-level wedding. As a highly sought after venue, Print Hall is only offering a limited number of dates for weddings, so if you’re interested, it’s best to book sooner rather than later.
The Heritage Wine Bar
A classic wine bar with marble flooring, The Heritage Wine Bar offers an impeccable wine list and stunning natural lighting from the large windows encapsulating each wall. The large restaurant up top sports modern-style chandeliers and is likened to Paris, New York and Melbourne, making it an appropriate ceremony venue. Downstairs, you’ll find Bobeche, a basement cocktail bar reminiscent of a speakeasy, fitting up to 120 guests. The restaurant and bar work together, so you can book both simultaneously for a streamlined ceremony and reception.
Named after Winston Churchill who famously loved gin, W. Churchill, as expected, is a specialty gin bar and restaurant in the heritage-listed WA Trustee building. Housing more than 100 gins, you can expect a hefty G&T menu, gin martinis, gin-based cocktails, and of course, your choice of gin on the rocks. Offering both sit down and cocktail style weddings, guests can go for a breather in the courtyard and people watch, or share the cosy space inside with the paintings of Winston himself.
The Perth City Wedding Open Day is free to attend and is being held on Sunday, Feb 21 from 10am – 4pm.