An intimate affair
Embrace a garden wedding at the Queensland’s State Rose Garden
Roses have long been a symbol of love and beauty, chosen by countless brides to adorn their special day. There is no Toowoomba wedding venue that captures the beauty of this tradition better than Queensland’s State Rose Garden in Newtown Park. With amenities and a wedding pagoda available, it offers the perfect mixture of convenience and privacy to share your day with special guests and loved ones in Toowoomba’s iconic garden. Opened in 2001, the gardens have hosted many wedding parties in their beautifully manicured and maintained grounds. The grounds have a great history, with the land purchased in 1913 as ‘a breathing space for the people,’ and opened the following year. Nick and Natalie Hills were married in the garden last year, and said it was a spectacular feeling. “My favourite part would have been the black arbour where we said our vows, with the beautiful pure white roses surrounding it,” Natalie said. “I would recommend it to other brides in a heartbeat! “It was absolutely perfect, every single person at the wedding said it was like a fairytale.” Natalie and her husband Nick specifically wanted an outdoor ceremony, and always had their heart set on the venue. “I never even considered other venues to be honest, I always said I was getting married under the arbour and that was that,” Natalie said. “It was the most spectacular feeling. “I felt like a princess walking through an elegant garden; it was ethereal.”
Natalie Logan and Nicholas Hills were married on October 24, 2015 in the Queensland’s State Rose Garden in Newtown Park.