Thanks for stopping by! If you are planning a Brock House wedding and still need a photographer I would love to hear from you. This restaurant is one of the top wedding venues in Vancouver (featuring the best sunset views in the city) and one I am very familiar with. Below are my favorite images from a recent wedding along with info on how much it costs to have your wedding at Brock House.
Brock House Wedding Venue Cost
Wedding rates at Brock House vary quite a bit and are very affordable if getting married on a weekday is an option for you. Considering its stature as one of the premier wedding venues in the city I highly recommend considering doing just that if you are working on a tight budget.
Brock House has a variety of time slots depending on the day of the week ranging from morning (10-3pm) to full day rentals (2pm-1am). I highly recommend getting in touch with the venue directly for specific pricing but below are the most affordable and most expensive options for Saturday/Sunday wedding.
A Saturday/Sunday afternoon time slot at Brockhouse carries a rental fee of $3200 + tax along with a food and beverage minimum of $5000 or $60/person (+18% service charge), whichever is greater. It is an additional $600 to have your ceremony at the venue. Included are tables, luxury chiavari chairs, linens and glassware/cutlery.
A full wedding day rental (2pm-1am) on a Saturday or Sunday starts at $7800 + tax plus a food and beverage minimum of $16,000 or $160/person (+18% service charge), whichever is great. Ceremony fee is an additional $600.
Although it took place in a completely different setting as their epic Jones Lake engagement session, Laura and Michael’s wedding had the same natural BC theme running through it. An effortless, relaxed day filled with classy details at, the day was as perfect as they come. Laura started the day getting ready with her bridesmaids downtown Vancouver in an incredible penthouse suite overlooking False Creek. The first look happened on the side lawn beside the Brock House Restaurant – a perfect private space for the occasion. Wedding photos took place at nearby Jericho Beach which has so many incredible portrait locations. The wedding ceremony location at Brock House that Laura and Michael chose is one of my favorites in Vancouver. They exchanged vows under the massive oak tree with the ocean and north shore mountains in the distance. The Brock House Restaurant is quite possibly the best wedding venue in Vancouver to witness a sunset from and on this evening mother nature didn’t disappoint. As most of the city hung out on the beach below guest drank and laughed their way through the night. It wasn’t long before we found ourselves back under the massive oak tree for one last wedding photo as the lights of the city came on. Can’t wait until the next time I get to photograph at this grand wedding venue!
Vancouver vendors that helped make this wedding happen:
Wedding Planner // Briana Barone
Caterer // Brock House Restaurant
Florist // Botany & Co
Hair // Thuy Nguyen
Makeup // Mikaela Goyarzu
DJ // Man About Town
Photographer // Mathias Fast Photography
If you are interested in see another Brock House Restaurant wedding take a look at Sean and Iva’s Bulgarian wedding in Vancouver
A few words from the bride on her experience working with me: “We were so fortunate to work with Mathias as he photographed our wedding earlier this year. My husband is a hobby photographer so I knew he was going to be incredibly picky while we made our selection but we both gravitated to Mathias’ work as he did a beautiful job photographing one of my friend’s weddings earlier that year and after looking over his stunning blog.
After our initial consult, we were very excited to work with Mathias – his open, kind, calm, and professional attitude came through right off the bat. We locked him in for our engagement photos and wedding date immediately.
Mathias never made us feel posed or awkward, and it shows in the photos – authentic, creative, and capturing a moment just right. We are so grateful to have Mathias’ beautiful photographs as a memory of the evening to share with my family and friends forever.”