A Bright and Bold Summer Wedding

A recent Create-catered wedding saw newlyweds Nasma and John celebrate with a feast of colour at Kew Gardens.

In keeping with the fun, energetic style of this wedding, the Create team served a fantastic assortment of Create dishes, each one packed with flavour. Create started the celebrations with a selection of canapés, including smoked salmon mille-feuille, seared aged beef with blue cream cheese and piquillo pepper, smoked chicken larb in a pistachio cone, crab and apple with cucumber grits and salmon wasabi ceviche.

Hot canapés included chicken and chorizo ballotine, smoked mozzeller with aubergine puree and beetroot, truffled brie, crispy asparagus gnocchi with rosemary and parmesan cream and green prawn curry with rice bon bon and coconut crumbs.

At this wedding breakfast, guests could choose between some very tempting seasonal Create dishes. Starters included salmon gravlax, potted shrimps or Thai fish cakes. These were followed by mains of rump of new season lamb, Goosnargh chicken breast or Lancashire rump beef cap. For dessert, guests were treated to white chocolate parfait with mango sorbet, vanilla shortcake or raspberry Neopolitan with pistachio crème patisserie, roast pistachio ice cream.

The wedding was bright, bold and beautiful with fantastic floral design from Enchanted by Syma. Look out for it in the latest issue of You & Your Wedding Magazine. Wedding stationery was designed to fit the floral theme, bespoke invitations and placecards were designed by Eagle Eyed Bride.

This wedding incorporated everything the couple loves, including great food and music! And of course – the couple’s dog, Gizmo the Lhasa Apso. Although Gizmo couldn’t personally attend the wedding, he was there in spirit with canine table names and a wedding post box shaped like a dog kennel. There was even a dog sculpted from flowers sitting on the grass and guests were treated to a choice of two cocktails both named after Gizmo - a Lhasa Martini and Gizmopolitan.

The wedding cake by Jemz Cake Box was a show-stopping 6-feet tall, adorned with handmade sugar flowers. Photography was by Anneli Marinovich.