Your wedding should be as unique as you are; a representation of the things you both enjoy.
You spend hours agonising over the perfect venue, the perfect dress, the perfect table settings… So you deserve the perfect menu to complement your special day. Instead of settling for a one-size-fits-all menu, why not design your own, filled with the things you both enjoy?
Want to have a chat about the possibilities for a unique wedding menu? Give us a call today.
Sample menu for a stand-up cocktail party
Canapés served to your guests while you have your photographs taken…
Confit duck, cranberry jam, chestnut biscotti
Wild mushroom arancini with creamed feta
Cured venison, beetroot scone, horseradish foam
Salmon, nori, wasabi kewpie, roe
Carrot and mint fritters, caraway yogurt
Coconut and chicken salad, won-ton cup
Substantial canapés served during cocktail service…
Buttermilk fried chicken, cabbage slaw
Sweet chilli pork, rice noodles, bean sprouts, chilli sambal
Chargrilled fennel seed, octopus, chorizo, potato salad, lime and fennel dressing
Beer Battered Flathead with hand-cut chips
Chilli and lime spiced squid, watermelon, lime, mint
Chickpea and sweet potato curry, eggplant, beans, saffron rice
Later in the afternoon…
Wedding cake served with fresh berries and cream.
Spoil your guests with something special to set the mood for the evening. Freshly shucked oysters served with a variety of toppings are sure to impress.
-with pork crackle sand, black pepper and lemon zest syrup
-with green chilli, coriander, mint and lime salsa
-with smoked salmon, avocado, roe and champagne
… or opt for fresh natural oysters with a range of sides for your guests to add to their liking – including fresh lemon and lime, smoked salmon, caviar, and avocado.
Other seafood options, such as freshly cooked king prawns or Singapore chilli crab are also available.
…a grazing table?
Grazing tables provide your guests with an assortment of hot or cold items from which they can fill a plate according to their own preferences. They’re a lighter alternative to a buffet, giving your guests a chance to mingle and the freedom to return as many times as they like. As they provide the chance to arrange the food along with decorative elements, grazing tables can also be a stunning addition to your wedding decor.
Example grazing table:
Assorted bread rolls, whole loaves and bread sticks
Platters of cold meats including a selection of proscuitto, salami, ham, Italian and Spanish sausages
Assorted marinated and pickled vegetables including olives, artichokes, corcichons and capers
Dips with vegetable sticks
Platters of local and imported cheeses such as blue, triple cream brie, semi-soft and cheddars
Mixed jars of popcorn, lollies, liquorice and pretzels
Assorted biscuits, dried fruits and nuts
Sliced seasonal fruits
Once you’ve got the right menu, you need the right tables so you can serve it to your guests.
We can help there, too.
Have a chat to us about designing table and room decorations that complement your theme. To ensure everything will be perfect on the day, we’ll mock-up your design for you so you can see what elements will be involved and how the design will look overall.