When it comes to planning a minimalist wedding, the venue plays an important part.  A venue can’t be too much of anything, because the entire point, of course, is the edit. So when it comes to choosing the right venue, look for spaces that let your decor, and your story do all the talking. Neutral tones, white walls, simple, modern lines. Nothing too much, or even, to be honest, too little, finding the right minimalist wedding venue, is the ultimate goldilocks goal.

To get you on your way, we’ve found 13 Australian wedding venues for your minimalist wedding. From warehouse spaces to photography studios. And these spaces? They’re yours for the making.

P.S Want to see the venues we love? Click here to see the Polka Dot wedding venues we recommend!

Two Ton Max, VIC

You need not bring in any more decor to Two Ton Max, because between the high metal beams, the polished concrete floors and the white walls, this space is yours in understated simplicity. Located in North Melbourne, Two Ton Max can host ceremonies, cocktails and seated receptions. It’s a warehouse, it’s modern, and it’s the perfect minimal wedding venue.  See it in action on Polka Dot Wedding here.

Luna Event Space, VIC

Set in Bayside Melbourne, is the blank canvas venue of Luna Event Space. A factory space turned all into one venue (yes, it can host every aspect of your day – even down to catering by Fourside Food Design). All-white walls, and polished concrete floors, give this space (which has a capacity of 200 guests) the versatility for your minimalist wedding day.  See it in action on Polka Dot Wedding now.

Fridays Studio, WA

West Perth studio Fridays Studio, brings all the minimalist, loft vibes to your wedding. Able to host up to 250 guests, it has stark white walls and open beams, complimenting the understated concrete floor. Two spaces are available for weddings, both embracing the unique character of the industrial space.

Newstead Studios, QLD

Doubling as a photography studio, Newstead Studios is multi-story, so there are plenty of options for your entire wedding day. Our pick though? Is the upstairs photography studio (pictured below). This white-on-white venue has a capacity for 60 standing (and also makes a stunning minimalist wedding ceremony venue). See it in our features here. 

Photo by True North Photography via Krissie & Dylan’s Sweet Rainbow Pastel Wedding Celebration

The Calile Hotel, QLD

If there ever was a venue with rambling modern, minimal vibes, The Calile Hotel) would be it. Doubling as a hotel (onsite accommodation for guests anyone?) this is a minimal venue that’s different to the others on our list. It’s filled with warmer tones, and the styling lends itself to modern, minimal detail. So it’s your perfect match. See The Calile Hotel on Polka Dot Wedding here.

The Guildford Hotel WA

Have you considered a hotel with history for your minimalist wedding? In a 19th century landmark building you’ll find the Vaudeville Room complete with exposed brick walls and wooden floor – and with minimalism in mind you can let the surroundings do all the talking. They do love a party here and offer great food and seating for 70-80, or 100 for a cocktail gathering. Check out weddings held here.

Lloyd Brothers Wines, SA

A minimalist-style wedding at a winery? Oh, you’re going to love Lloyd Brothers. The Barrel Hall is the space you want to check out. With a capacity for 250 guests, the white-on-white styling is not only stunning but ideal for minimal wedding styling. Plus it helps that there are other spaces (like the winery lawns) and incredible wine to accompany your pick! Check it out on Polka Dot Wedding here.

Photo by Dani Bartlett Photography via Bright & Whimsical Wedding Ideas With Pom Poms!

Beta Events, NSW

Set in Sydney CBD, the grandness of Beta Events is what lends itself to the minimal wedding. Exposed brick walls, archways and peeling plaster give your wedding plenty of character (and there’s plenty of space for the different parts of your day too).  This is a venue where you can let its vibe do all of the talking. See it in action here.

Photo by The Loved Ones via Michelle & Jackson’s Modern Black Tie Wedding In Sydney

La Porte Space, NSW

La Porte Space is known for many things – coworking and events included! This distinctive space, luxe in styling, is more glam and modern than industrial, and perfect for the minimalist style wedding day. Beautiful big windows, polished concrete floors, and white-on-white detail give you all the styling you need, plus there are multiple spaces – from studios to the beautiful internal courtyard, that maximise the venue’s flexibility.  See our weddings in the space here.

Seacliff House, NSW

Love to be beside the seaside? Meet Seacliff House. This South Coast wedding venue sits amongst the beautiful scenery of rolling hills, and is close to the sea, with outdoor ceremony locations and an onsite barn (complete with fireplace) that holds up to 130 guests. The flexible space, is perfect for a modern, minimalist wedding, especially when you consider its location!
  See it in our features here.

Photo by Jason Corroto via Kate & Caleb’s Modern Cocktail Country Wedding

Summergrove Estate, QLD

Looking over the rolling hills, the beauty of Summergrove Estate is quite frankly hard to match.  Their all-white barn is the perfect space for a minimal, modern wedding. White walls, polished concrete floors and wooden beams marry that country charm with chic styling. The space (yes it comes complete with white barn doors) holds up to 130 guests seated.

See it on Polka Dot Wedding here.

Photo by Sal Singh Photography via Modern & Luxe Indian Country Wedding Inspiration

The White Barn, NSW

What could be more minimalist than a venue named after the colour white? The White Barn, located in the Hunter Valley brings that modern, minimalist style to the country. There are 20 acres of beautiful land to play with, and it’s an all-inclusive revenue, so everything from ceremonies to food is yours!

The Button Factory, VIC

As the name suggests, there is a lot of history to be found at The Button Factory. Because this restored venue still holds all the charm of its origins – as you guessed it, it used to be a working button factory! There is a plant fill internal courtyard you’ll love and an art-filled gallery space, but the upstairs loft is the space you need for your minimalist wedding. It holds up to 200 guests, is white and light-filled, and perfect for that understated glam.

See The Button Factory across the site here.

Photo by Mel Badsey via Modern Industrial Peachy Pastel Wedding Ideas