If you’re planning on tying the knot while Victoria’s countryside is in full bloom, but before the weather gets too hot, these spring wedding tips will help ensure your wedding is everything you’ve ever dreamt of.
Seasonal Flowers and Favours
Spring Wedding Fashion
Light and airy sheer fabrics are also all the rage right now for spring weddings. Think chiffon, charmeuse and organza.
But, if you’re a true chocolate lover and simply can’t resist serving up a decadently rich dessert, you can’t go wrong with a rich chocolate cake filled with a chocolate cherry ganache.
That’s the cake flavour sorted, but what about its design? A popular choice among spring brides is covering their frosted or naked/semi-naked cake with fresh blooms that match your bouquet, however, modern brides are also opting for hand-painted cakes with big blooms, or frosted cakes with petite sugar peonies or daisies.
A Fresh Yet Mouth-Watering Menu
No spring wedding, especially an outdoor one that’s set amidst freshly cut grass and seasonal flowers, is complete without some signature fruity drinks and memorable dishes.
Your menu can set a light, festive mood at your wedding, especially when you pair tasty canapés with fruity cocktails and slow cooked meat with crispy salads.
At Cave Hill Creek, you can pair char-grilled vegetable and feta tarts with marinated baby mushrooms and pan-fried pork fillet with a sticky orange brandy glaze. Then, finish off the perfect dining experience with a sweet vanilla panna cotta and fresh berries or a fresh seasonal fruit and cheese platter. You can view our full menu selection, here!
A Venue in the Country
With enough space to comfortably accommodate 140 guests for a seated meal or up to 250 at a cocktail-style reception, your guests will be in awe of the stunning mountain views and the lush garden surrounds.
Before you start planning your dream wedding, talk to Cave Hill Creek about our destination weddings Melbourne.