Dani & Alex | 20.01.2018

November 23, 2018

Wedding venue: Ripples Chowder Bay
Photographer: Rachael Muller
Event Stylist: Ashdown & Bee
Cake: Unbirthday

Dani and Alex’s wedding ceremony was held overlooking Clifton Gardens and the glistening waters of Sydney Harbour.

The gorgeous couple shared an intimate vow exchange on a beautiful private boat docked at Chowder Bay Wharf. The newlyweds and their guests then took the short walk up the jetty to heritage-listed waterfront venue, Ripples Chowder Bay, to continue their celebrations.

A January wedding provided spectacular weather, adding to the relaxed, summery feel of the day. Colourful, island-inspired décor filled the venue and each table was donned with delicate florals and fresh pineapples.

The roof of the deck was opened up to allow guests to enjoy a truly unique experience as the sun set and they dined beneath the stars.

The final touch of this charming wedding saw guests line the wharf, giving the new bride and groom a magical send off before they departed by boat.

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Guests had the luxury of selecting their dishes on the day from the below menu.


Wedding Reception
Saturday, January 20, 2018

On Arrival

Ripples Chowder Bay handmade focaccia with extra virgin olive oil, balsamic, whipped butter
Warm mixed Italian olives with rosemary

Chicken liver pate, blueberry jam, toasted focaccia
Roman Gnocchi, gorgonzola, spinach, walnuts, parmesan
Cured tuna tartare, cucumber, black sesame, crème fraiche, sorrel

Main Course
Pressed lamb shoulder, eggplant, red onion, olive, yoghurt, red wine jus
Salmon, asparagus, miso, tomatoes, lemon gel
Risotto, red wine, borlotti beans, radicchio, parmesan
Served with sides of:
Baby potatoes, rosemary salt
Mesculin salad, pear, almond, parmesan, white balsamic dressing

Dark chocolate mousse, hazelnut cantucci, Cointreau gelato
Pavlova, whipped cream, pineapple, shaved coconut, basil, lychee sorbet

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