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Raha & Chris’ Wedding @Vue De Monde

Walking hand in hand up the steps of Fitzroy Library, in wedding tux and gown Taking a romantic wedding day stroll, with sights to see downtown An amazing day, filled with spirited gaiety and unexplainable completeness To life’s perfect moment, this precious wedding day for Raha and Chris.

The Crown Aviary’s expansive view at the rooftop is a wonderful venue to capture this beautiful wedding day. The natural light streaming in gave our wedding photographers unlimited opportunities for amazing shots of the couple. With flair and finesse the couple, joined by their most favourite company of people celebrated at Vue de Monde, known not only for their amazing food but for their impressive views of the Melbourne skyline.

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The Rialto iteration of Vue de monde was designed by architects Elenberg Fraser and aims to encapsulate a feeling of the Australian landscape. From the rough black basalt that makes up the bar, to the kangaroo fur chairs and corrugated iron walls, every aspect of the venue has been carefully curated and considered.

The iconic kangaroo fur chairs of Vue de monde have been created by Ross Didier, whose work is underpinned by a philosophy that design is an engineering craft, with manufacturing and ideas being interwoven together. The specially commissioned kangaroo skin tables were created by Captains of Industry, who are traditionally bespoke show-makers. They use century old techniques of hand-stitched good year welts, handmade linen threads with pigs bristle needles and shanks secured with birch pegs. In line with our sustainability ethos, the Kangaroo skins are humanely sourced from a conservation cull, that would’ve become wastage otherwise.