What’s On Trend This Season With Bursaria Fine Foods

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Georgia and Peter’s wedding at The Abbotsford Convent; image by Louisa Bailey; florals by Botanics of Melbourne

Hanging floral installations
We love seeing couples’ dreams come to life especially with magical floral installations at The Abbotsford Convent. They work perfectly hung from the exposed beams and create a sense of height.

Whether they are designed as round floral chandeliers with bursts of colour or a simple strung garland of greenery – installations are always stunning and create a grand impact when your guests are entering the room.

What’s On Trend This Season With Bursaria Fine Foods

Georgia and Peter’s wedding at The Abbotsford Convent; image by Louisa Bailey; florals by Botanics of Melbourne

Another trend making an impact for our Bursaria Fine Foods weddings are exquisite florals infused with a deep autumnal palette of crimson, scarlet and vermillion mixed with pops of contrasting greens. They always look stunning against a variety of backdrops especially bridal gowns. We love seeing these vibrant colours featured across accessories and styling including table settings and perfectly placed on naked wedding cakes. The contrast of colour is always exquisite.

Georgia and Peter’s wedding at The Abbotsford Convent; image by Louisa Bailey; florals by Botanics of Melbourne

Stephanie & Nathan’s wedding at The Abbotsford Convent, images by I Got You Babe Photography, florals by North Street Botanical

Cheese wheel cakes
Cheese wheel cakes definitely make an impression at your wedding day. With a combination of local and imported cheeses topped with florals these are a perfect way to end a celebration!

Cheese wheel cake by Bursaria, image by Chris Middleton, florals by Botanics of Melbourne

Grazing feasts are a colourful affair!
A fusion of fresh seasonal produce with bursts of colour make for a wonderful celebration. There’s definitely a trend for a more relaxed style of wedding where guests indulge in a grazing style feast served down the centre of the table, matched with seasonal side dishes. We think this style of dining is the perfect way for couples to celebrate their special day in a relaxed setting.

Deana & Michael’s wedding, images by Jonothan Ong

Teena & Daniel’s wedding, image by Duuet Photography

Roving desserts
After the formalities are done its time for the party to start! As the dancing begins and the celebration continues guests can enjoy sweet desserts as they mingle with family and friends

Arvind & Elsa’s wedding at The Abbotsford Convent, image by Sahyer Heffernan

Image by Chris Middleton

Ms Chinoiserie Says: Loving these delectable food trends; cheese wheel cakes and roving desserts – oh, I’m in heaven! 

About Bursaria Fine Foods: We are a boutique catering company with a simple philosophy: we use the freshest seasonal produce to create unique, delicious food concepts with love and care.
We are passionate about food and we love talking, sharing and creating exciting menu ideas. We pride ourselves on listening to you and tailoring our menus to reflect the style and feel of your occasion.

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