A Brewery Wedding

I just love a wedding with a difference! So when Clare and Harley booked me for their wedding reception, and told me it would be in their brewery, I was beyond excited!

Clare and Harley were married in a private ceremony mid-week, so the celebrations were had on Good Friday. And they only had one request for the wedding ‘party’ photographs. They wanted fun, relaxed and candid. And that’s exactly my style!

The Wedding PARTY!

It was about mid-afternoon when their family and friends started rolling in for the wedding party at Harley’s very own boutique brewery in Banyo. The All Inn Brewing Co. is located in north Brisbane, just off the gateway motorway. If you haven’t heard of it, check out the All Inn Brewing Co.  It’s a fantastic space to chill-out, play some vintage games and sample some amazing boutique beers.)

Dogs at the Brewery Wedding!

My all time favourite thing to have at any wedding, is dogs! And why wouldn’t you include your? Clare and Harley’s fur-baby Jasper was a very good doggo and posed very well for photos. I’d spotted a great little park just up the road from the brewery and thought it would be perfect for some very quick photos of Clare, Harley and Jasper the dog. Unfortunately, I didn’t know that because of all the recent rain, there was now a small creek in the park. I also didn’t know their Jasper was absolutely MENTAL when it came to water. What could wrong??? (See below pics for the result). But it was all good fun and we managed to get some sneaky wedding-ish images.

Thanks for having me at your party and a huge congrats to you both!!

Much love,

Alison

Brewery WeddingBrewery WeddingBrewery WeddingBrewery WeddingBrewery WeddingBrewery WeddingBrewery WeddingBrewery WeddingAbout Alison

Alison Cooke Photography is a Brisbane wedding photographer, portrait and newborn photographer and an award-winning member of the AIPP. She has over 20 years experience in the wedding, family and newborn portrait industry. Alison was voted “One of the Top 10 Brisbane Photographers in 2019” by the Courier Mail and is a communications specialist, writer and freelance public relations specialist. You can view more communications work here.