Above: Chocolate Crèmeux with Honeycomb
South of Auckland near the Bombay Hills and surrounded by olive trees sits Bracu – a European style fine-dining restaurant and pavilion, set in a country environment.
The team pride themselves on accommodating the individuality of each couple they work with, and enjoy the ever-popular rustic but modern vibe through to dramatic and contemporary black tie occasions.
Bracu knows the importance of selecting the right food to perfectly accompany the joy of your connection as a couple.
Here are three things to consider when it comes to food decisions and planning for your wedding day.
Take advantage of your tasting session before the wedding, try different dishes, ask lots of questions and be sure to bring along your foodie friend or partner who can offer their opinion.
Make sure the food matches the rest of your wedding, research your caterer on social media, websites and online reviews to see the style, quality and presentation of their dishes. Make sure they use seasonal, quality produce.
Ask your guests to notify you of any dietary requirements prior to the wedding so your caterer can organise an alternative meal that is just as impressive without making them feel left out.