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By far, one of the most important aspects of your day is going to be the food.

From the style of service, to the intricate details in the dishes, we are with you every step of the way in creating your dream menu.

From buffet to banquet, canapes to grazing tables, dessert stations and tasting menus - it's your day and we give you the freedom to create something unique to you, that will keep your guests talking for months after.

This is your day and it's up to us to make that happen for you. 



Served during the canape hour, cocktail service is a fun and unique way for your guests to enjoy your menu while socialising and celebrating the day.

Served cocktail style, meaning we walk around to your guests, these small bite dishes are a great way to warm the palate for the rest of the night.

The sky is the limit to the choices available, so this is where we work with you to be creative as possible.




A world of colour, the best in seasonal produce, house smoked cheese, house cured meats and the best in live fire charcuterie, grazing tables are a great way to welcome your guests to your special day.

Curated by house but with input from you, these tables are the Instagram addition that your wedding day needs.



Think of it as family style - shared plates in the middle of the tables where your guests can work their way through your menu at their leisure.

Served between 4-10 guests depending on your table layout, this style of service works best for allocated and more formal style seated arrangements.

You give us the menu and we make it Instagram worthy.

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A traditional style buffet with a touch of Southern Hospitality.

Designed to be interactive and fun for your guests, we will staff the buffet ensuring your guests are accommodated as we plate their meal. 

Offering sauce pairings, recommendations as to what goes with what, giving your guests as much or as little as they want and inviting them back, the buffet is the perfect way to pair love and live fire food.

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