The House of Elegant Cakes has the most delicious choice of wedding cakes and desserts.
Handmade French patisserie desserts and intricately crafted Belgian delicacies that will delight your tastebuds. Offering myriad taste sensations in an environment unlike anything you have experienced before, Shocolate represents the evolution within the rapidly expanding world of chocolate. Specialising in handmade French patisserie desserts and delicacies, intricately crafted Belgian couverture and masterfully concocted hot and cold beverages, these quality, mouth-watering delicacies are guaranteed to leave your guests wanting more. The company’s wedding services offer a chocolate experience that will be talked about long after the special day. Pamela, Shocolate’s chocolate wedding event coordinator, will sit down with each bride and groom and discuss their vision for their chocolate and dessert tables, bomboniere, wedding cake or chocolate centrepieces. These edible masterpieces will not only tantalise the tastebuds, but are also a distinctive visual feature that will perfectly complement your chosen wedding theme. The history of Shocolate Inspired by the world of couverture and with a passion for hospitality spanning more than 20 years, brother and sister team Nick Yannopoulos and Pamela Raschella founded Shocolate in 2008, originally testing and creating their extensive range of products in their home kitchen over several months prior to opening. Once they had a menu fit for any Belgian couverture connoisseur, Shocolate was ready to open its doors to the Melbourne public in October 2009. Shocolate is a multi-award-winning chocolatier. It was the 2011 Australian Champion for Assorted Chocolate Range, the recipient of the NGV award for Best Chocolate Macaron, as well as being praised for having Melbourne’s best hot chocolate in the Herald Sun. The chocolatier prides itself on having the creative curiosity and the professional knowledge to push the expectations of its clientele, creating a chocolate wonderland for every season and occasion.
Blue has been worn at weddings since biblical times and symbolises love, modesty, good fortune and fidelity. But while it comes in many elegant shades, wearing blue on your wedding day is often a challenge. Here, Complete Wedding Melbourne presents nine clever ways of keeping the longstanding tradition alive.