Planning Your Reception / Food & Catering

The type of cuisine you serve is influenced by many factors: culture, formality and season. Once all of these variables are confirmed, you can begin working with your venue or caterer to select your menu.

Then, you will want to consider the drinks you will serve to accompany each fabulous course: red and white wine, a selection of boutique beers, signature cocktails, spirits, liqueurs, and, of course, champagne!

  1. Wedding Food Trends We Love

    Wedding Food Trends We Love

    Make your wedding menu fun, unique, Instagrammable and absolutely delicious with these 7 foods trends.

  2. Late Night Snack Ideas

    Late Night Snack Ideas

    After a fun night of drinking, mingling and dancing, your guests might need a little snack before bed. See our ideas for a late night snack your guests will love!

  3. Champagne Bars

    Champagne Bars

    If you want to celebrate in style, champagne is a must! Create your very own champagne bar and let your guests enjoy some bubbly after the ceremony or during the reception.

  1. Simmone Logue Fine Food Company

    Simmone Logue Fine Food Company

    Simone Logue offers exquisite wedding menus that are beautifully presented and made from fresh seasonal produce.

  2. Hire a Chef

    Hire a Chef

    Hire a Chef are exclusive wedding caterers based in Sydney. Specialising in personalised wedding menus, they can cater for any style of event, be it an intimate dinner or a cocktail party for 2000 people.

  3. Butchers Daughter

    Butchers Daughter

    From food to flowers, Butchers Daughter will take care of the most important elements of your special day!

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