I wasn’t going to blog about this but as soon as I reviewed the photos taken on my point & shoot, I couldn’t wait to share the excitement, the sweetness and the fun.
So here are a few snapshots of how these two crazy kids (Suze, The Biscuit Tree baker who doesn’t seem to have a limit on the amount of Mother or sugar she consumes, and Noods, my fellow DesCompie who is obsessed with footy) celebrated:

Sydney food bloggers at Chocolatesuze's wedding

Chocolatesuze and her father dance down the aisle

Willy Wonka themed wedding

ChocolateSuze's tatto on wedding day

Food bloggers at the wedding

Jennifer Lam after the ChocolateSuze wedding ceremony

My Alannah Hill flowers in hair

Candy station at wedding reception

Wedding - Asian banquet at Rhodes Phoenix

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - suckling pig and BBQ cold cut platter

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - deep fried stuffed scallop with mashed taro

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - sauteed king prawns with vegetables

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - shark's fin soup with shredded chicken

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - braised lobster in supreme sauce

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - braised abalone with vegetables

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - steamed live coral trout with ginger and shallots

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - crispy skin garlic chicken

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - fried rice and braised e-fu noodles

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - cutting the cake and giant gummi bears

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - a new take on throwing the bouquet

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - red bean soup and assorted sweets

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - fresh fruit platter

Rhodes Phoenix wedding seafood banquet - fabulous foodies

Hehehe… I know that was more than “a few” snapshots, but come on, how can I summarize giant gummi bears, a Wonka themed wedding and a superb Asian seafood banquet into just “a few” pictures?
Sugar high + food coma!
Dearest Suze & Noods, it was such an honour to celebrate this special day with you guys! Congratulations 😉
Jen
xoxo

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Jennifer is the founding blogger of I Ate My Way Through (originally, Jenius.com.au). Growing up in the multicultural melting pot of Sydney’s Inner West as a second generation Australian (of Vietnamese refugee parents of Teochew Chinese ancestry), Jen has always had a deep curiosity about global cuisines, culinary heritage and the cultural assimilation of immigrants. For Jen and her family, food is always at the centre of all celebrations, life events and milestones. A lover of the finer things in life, as well as cheap eats, her blogging ethos is all about empowering and inspiring people to expand their culinary repertoire. When not running her two companies (she is also the Managing Director of The Bamboo Garden online marketing agency), Jen can be found exploring old-world charms at vintage markets and delving into local eats around the world. She has a weakness for fried chicken.
14 comments
Jen
Jen

It was! It was stinky hot but the wedding was awesome :D

Jen
Jen

hahahaha, gotta protect her identity ;)

Jen
Jen

Thanks Justin! The Phoenix group restaurants are definitely one of my favourites for yumcha and now weddings!

Jen
Jen

Thanks Mark! Did I mention the fairy floss machine at the ceremony too?

Jen
Jen

Thanks Betty! xx

Jen
Jen

The ceremony was at the Eryldene Heritage House and Garden in Gordon - a stunning place!

Jen
Jen

So uh... what did you do with the massive lollipops after the wedding?

Phuoc
Phuoc

Hehehe.. Looked like a bloody awesome day.

FFichiban
FFichiban

Hee hee awesome recount of the day! Good timmessss and lol at mosaic-face :P

Justin
Justin

This must be the most attractive looking Cantonese wedding banquet ever......and I bet it's all to do with the photography :-)

Mark @ Cafe Campana
Mark @ Cafe Campana

Great photos. I love all the quirky additions like a candy station and the lolly pops. The food looks good too, who would have expected that at a food bloggers wedding :)

Simon Food Favourites
Simon Food Favourites

looks like a great reception venue. where was the ceremony, looks like a really nice place. the candy station is awesome!

chocolatesuze
chocolatesuze

aw shucks dude! great photos hehe lollipop lollipop!