Happy Monday Dotties! I am so excited to get into this brand new week of wedding inspiration! Where are you at? What’s new with your wedding plans?
We love this time of the year to share time with loved ones and enjoy slow cooked meals and a glass of red wine or two. We’re coming into the cosy months of winter soon – time to hunker down inside and enjoy the warmth. Take a look at Polka Dot Bride where we highlight and show off the members of Ms Polka Dot’s Directory. We have Gift Registries, we have Flowers, we have Photography and Cinematography – we even have Transport and Catering! Our lovely vendors are keen to help you with their many and varied services, to help you realise your wedding vision.
Check out Ms Polka Dot’s Directory for wedding vendors who will love your wedding as much as you!
Peter Rowland Catering has been catering major events and for private clients for over 50 years. Associated with stunning venues such as Gardens House, National Gallery of Victoria, Rippon Lea House and Garden, Port Melbourne Yacht Club, and Mt Duneed Estate, Peter Rowland Catering carries on the tradition of fine food impeccably planned and presented. Whether your wedding is large or small, on a private property or in a city venue, Peter Rowland Catering offers menu and beverage packages and a wedding planning team and wedding concierge service to coordinate and plan your dream wedding day.
We asked Fiona of Peter Rowland Catering five questions in five minutes:
What is your favourite after five drink?
I do love a Bacardi and lemonade with fresh lime but my after five special is definitely a glass of bubbles, preferably Mumm or Veuve.
Your favourite weekend getaway?
The surf coast or Yarra Valley. Lots of sun, wine and down time.
The Dumpling King for the most delicious juicy dumplings or Blossom Thai for an authentic green chicken curry.
What can we find you eating for breakfast on a Sunday morning?
Irrewarra sourdough with mashed avocado, bacon and creamy scrambled eggs. Yumm!!!
Your favourite wedding story?
I was looking after a couple many years ago who were the most down to earth beautiful people, they were so in love. They were having their ceremony onsite at the reception venue and I could tell the groom was exceptionally nervous when he arrived with his groomsmen. I gave them all a drink to take the edge off but not too long before the bride arrived, the groom began crying. He did his best to hide his tears but when his mum went to his aid, he became even more emotional. I was so worried, as were the groom’s family, that he wanted to call off the wedding and many a concerned glances were exchanged. Luckily, we couldn’t have been more wrong. The groom was just so overcome with emotion, he couldn’t hold it in any more. There were a welled up eyes from everyone during the actual ceremony but it was beautiful and definitely a wedding I’ll always remember.