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WedShed

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Find and book unique wedding venues, Australia-wide.

WedShed is an online platform that brings together a collection of unique Australian venues to hire for weddings.

Finding an amazing, personal space to get hitched at is hard (we know – we’ve been there too). Without scouring the www for hours or relying on a word-of-mouth tip, the process of finding unique venues you always knew ‘must be out there’ is surprisingly tricky and time-consuming.

This is where we come in. WedShed helps bright couples and ‘bridechillas’ find awesome places to do the deed at.

‘Venue’ is a term used quite loosely – the spaces we’ve partnered with range from woolsheds and warehouses to wineries and wildflower farms. What’s consistent is they all have something a bit spesh about them. If the team here at WedShed would get hitched at them, then we’re willing to share with you – that’s what sets the standard.

Choosing your wedding venue is one of the major things that shapes the rest of the big day, and WedShed aims to make it much more fun and inspiring. Happy venue hunting!

  • If you were an animal, which would best describe you? Probably a dog. We'll even get specific - an English Staffy. Full of beans, quick to offer a smile and a massive people lover. Also, clumsy, food-obsessed and, depending on how many wines we've hard, occasional snorer.
  • What do you love most about what you do? That everyday, we get to help other like-minded people find spaces that we wished we knew about when we were getting hitched. We're complete stickybeaks and love discovering new spaces and imagining what a creative couple could do with it. Our favourite things in the world are friend, family, travel, parties, food and wine and we get to work in an industry that heroes all of this things *pinching self*.
  • My favourite dance floor jam is... Marvin Gaye - Earth, Wind & Fire. So. Much. Boogie.
  • What is your best advice to couples planning their wedding? Can we offer a few little pieces? 1) Accept help - your friends and family genuinely want to be involved 2) Use a married friend's 'to-do' list - it'll save you making your own from scratch 3) Try and tick things off gradually (i.e. don't leave it all to the last minute like one of us did! But if you, don't sweat it, everything always comes together) 4) Don't let the 'I should do X' feeling win. Listen to the 'I want to do X' feeling - that's the one that knows you best
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