Sally Rosenberg

The Altar Electric

Sally Rosenberg
The Altar Electric

If you’ve never been one for tradition and want a wedding with personality to match then The Altar Eclectic have got you covered. Offering short and sweet ceremonies with oodles of energy in iconic laneway bar Ferdydurke, this Vegas style wedding venue is perfect for getting hitched with all the festivity and none of the fuss.

This pop up is truly a wedding venue for the contemporary generation and are changing the game with their registry style weddings with pizzazz. While the services are short and sharp, they are anything but boring. Have your choice of three registers, all with their own unique approach to creating a memorable moment and those electric feels. Expect sequins, big hair and enthusiasm with a sense of authenticity, they’re here to bring in your big day with a ceremony as unique as you.

Speaking of ceremonies, these are completed within 30 minutes and can seat up to 20 guests before having a celebratory drink at the Ferdydurke bar. Want to continue the party? The surrounded laneways are dotted with bars, graffiti and festoon lighting offering not just a place to get a drink but also the perfect atmosphere for photographs! We’d suggest Section 8, Ferdydurke’s partner venue located just next door.

The ceremony comes in at a very economical $500, so you’ll have plenty left over for what really matters; celebrating with your friends and family or taking that extra special honeymoon. Despite being a pop up, The Altar Electric really has made a lasting impression on the Melbourne wedding scene. They are currently taking bookings till the end of the year and can’t wait to help you celebrate in style.

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Sally is the Editor of Groom + Guy. A lover of simple luxuries, she’s here to cover all the latest in gorgeous spaces, must-have items and unmissable experiences.

Sally grew up in the peaceful Ocean Grove, with a view of the beach and a fluffy dog by her side, before moving to the city to do a design degree. Inspired by colour, lighting and expressions, everything she curates is beautifully Groom + Guy.

Always a true Melbournian at heart, Sally wears a lot of black and drinks a lot of coffee. She’s happiest in an out-of-the-way laneway bar, glass of cabernet sauvignon in hand and good music blasting through the speakers.