As we gear up for wedding season, it’s a good time to look at what’s trending in the industry – and a quick browse of popular websites reveals that grazing tables are all the rage, with some saying they’re the hottest trend in luxury catering.
Take blovedblog.com, which says grazing tables are,
“a feast for the eyes as well as the palette”
and greenweddingshoes.com, which says
“lucky for us, this trend is as gorgeous as it is genius”.
They certainly make an impact on a room, adding a casual yet sophisticated element to your special day. The colours, smell and style of artfully presented grazing tables are worth considering for a more informal cocktail style wedding. The other option is to serve share style platters to seated guests. And the good news is, whether you want to stick with the traditional style of individually served meals, or share and celebrate, we’ve got you covered!
Our new menus offer a share-style option for main course. What about herb-crusted lemon cutlets with mustard dressing, or seared marinated Tasmanian salmon with salsa verde? Trouble is, you mightn’t want to share the flame grilled thyme and garlic-rubbed boneless chicken.
Long tables work well in our function room, both from an aesthetic and operational point, as well as tying in with our exposed wooden beams, which can be used for additional styling for those with a specific theme in mind. In this configuration, we’re also able to seat up to 100 guests . . . and still have room for you to dance the night away. Wine barrels, wooden slabs, tealight candles, a rustic wishing well and festoon lighting all add to the atmosphere.
So if you’re planning a wedding and want to join the graze craze, just let us know.