Oysters…love them or hate them, they are an iconic Australian summer indulgence! We LOVE them – as simple canapés or as spectacular oyster bar.Selecting the oysters Start with the freshest Australian oysters you can find! All Australian oysters are farmed for sustainability reasons, so be sure to do your research and find a supplier with
Jessica and BenIt was not your typical summer wedding when Jessica and Ben tied the knot. In fact, it was a little moodier. The rain bucketed down, an outdoor ceremony, instead held by candlelight undercover, clear umbrellas popping as shelter and the mystical Mother Nature showing her talent at turning things on their head. But
Claire & JeremyCity streets always have our vote when it comes to a gorgeous wedding. And for Melbournites, there seems to be almost no better place to tie the knot, than right in the heart of it all, at Carlton Gardens. Claire and Jeremy made the most of the lush city gardens; celebrating with their
Nicole & Scott“We knew all along that we just wanted all of our family and friends to have a great day and night celebrating with us.” If there is one thing we’ve learnt about weddings, it’s that the family and friends factor always makes a party second to none. Nicole and Scott wanted a day
It was a modern day for Nicole and Scott’s Melbourne wedding, but there was plenty of tradition. A beautiful bluestone church kicking off the groom’s favourite memories “The moment I remember the most is when I (finally) saw Nicole walking down the aisle. She looked amazing and I might have even shed a little tear.
Renee & JacobI love the quirky, relaxed feeling of Renee and Jacob’s wedding fun farm wedding. The couple chose one venue for their day, customising every element they could to ensure the day was truly a reflection of their love – not only for each other but of the things they love about their daily
Edward and I met in London on Australia Day 2006 at a pub in Liverpool Street London through mutual friends. After getting to know each other we realised we had numerous friends in common back in Melbourne (where we were both from) including Edward’s sister whom I went through senior school with. Our relationship blossomed