Bride and groom dressed in traditional Indian wedding

Upona and Nasif | True Love & Tradition

Upona and Nasif affirmed for us once again that the Farm House can be transformed into the ideal venue for any type of wedding. Their stunning Bangladeshi wedding was a visual feast with the couple utilising the property’s features for their traditional customs and special rituals.

Sharing the day with 150 guests, Upona and Nasif made the most of all the Farm House has to offer. Utilising the deck, point of the lake, bridge, and the lush grounds, the couple treated their guests to a breathtaking display of stunning traditional dress and decoration.


Names | Upona & Nasif

Wedding Date | 08/10/2022

Guest Numbers | 150

Theme | Traditional Bangladeshi Wedding


Nasif surprised Upona with a full day of quality time on Mount Tamborine. She was whisked away with no expectations of the day, just happy to be in the company of her beloved. 

The day began at the Botanical Garden with a surprise picnic laid out for the pair to enjoy. Fortunately Upona was not left wondering, with Nasif proposing before continuing on to spend their day together.

the details


It was love at first sight for the couple when they attended their initial viewing at the Farm House. Upona knew immediately that the venue would be perfect for their big day.

“The location was so beautiful, that just entering it put us all in awe. The venue was beautifully maintained.” 

“Everything about the location seemed too perfect and we knew that having our wedding here would’ve been magical.”

Upona and Nasif exchanged vows by the lake where they set the scene with beautiful lounges and an abundance of colorful floral displays.  

The couple chose the triple tipi package that was lit up at night for an awe inspiring display. 


Upona and Nasif engaged the expertise of vendors who specialised in traditional Bangladeshi food and decor. 

A highlight for their guests was the freshly made kebabs along with a mouthwatering selection of traditional Bangladeshi delicacies and aromatic dishes. 

The couple could not have asked for a more perfect day to celebrate their love, with everything going exactly how they’d hoped. The only thing they would have changed was spending more on their photography budget to capture every memorable moment. 

“We definitely recommend not being limited to the photography budget, as even when having such a beautiful day, we couldn’t capture most of it.”


The wedding of Upona and Nasif included many traditional rituals which became instant highlights of their special day. The Farm House grounds provided an excellent backdrop for these memorable Bangladeshi traditions. 

They utilised the bridge for the Gate Dhora ritual where the bride’s younger siblings, relatives, and friends prevent the groom and his side from entering the venue. 

“The two sides engage in a little mock bargaining before the groom pays a “gate dhora” or entrance money. Using the bridge at the venue was a perfect setting, allowing for excitement and putting up the gate.”

Couple wearing traditional Bangladeshi dress gently embrace one another

the look

Couples hands featuring traditional henna art, jewellery and flowers



Following Bangladeshi and Muslim traditions, the grounds of the Farm House allowed for a beautiful setting that included a sofa, floral background, and a gorgeous draped partition for the ceremony. 

Spring florals adorned the ceremony, bridge, and the bride and groom. None of the decor came close to taking the attention away from the couple, who were dressed in stunning traditional dress including clothing, headwear, jewellery, and flowers. 

Key family members and friends were also draped in glorious embellished clothing and accessories. The group were dressed in harmonious colour tones that worked beautifully with the couple to create a jaw dropping visual treat. 

Generous displays of beautiful blooms decorated the tables with ambient candles for the wedding reception. 


Venue | Gold Coast Farm House 

Tent | Tipi

Portable Toilets | Portable Powder Rooms

Catering | Bangladeshi Wedding Caterer

Bridal Dress | Designer Palace

Suits | Designer Palace

Photographer Ravi Barot

Flowers | Decorator

Celebrant | Imaam Husein

Music | DJ Rahul

Hair and Makeup | Jas Sanghera

Rings Bride | Princess Cut, Diamonds International

Rings Groom | Tantalum/Zircoium, Stephen Dibbs


Newly married couple
Couple exchange rings wearing traditional Bangladeshi dress
Gold Coast bride wears traditional Bangladeshi wedding clothes
Newly married couple walk across the bridge at the Farm House