Loganberry Farm & Sault

Loganberry Farm & Sault

A sneak peek beyond the farm gate at Loganberry farm, home to the stunning flowers we sell in our restaurant and beautiful eggs we use weekly on our menus.

We adore this amazing community of growers, artisans and producers and it’s wonderful to showcase their incredible produce in our restaurant along with art by local artist James Robertson (his works are highly sought after and often sell as soon as they arrive).

Our bespoke ceramics are made by the very talented Bridget Bodenham and are adored by our guests, their individual beauty enhances and cradles each dish so organically.

A stunning Film made by the very talented @eatortreat.

Sault on Postcards

Sault had a lovely visit from Postcards Lauren Phillips and the Postcards team. Jodi took Lauren around Daylesford to show her all the best spots to drink and dine, then back to Sault for a delicious selection of our latest dishes.

All home made at Sault

House made sourdough rolls accompanied by house made butter and pink Murray River salt with red wine. Ceramics by the talented Bridget Bodenham.

At Sault we’re so proud to be using fresh herbs and veggies from our kitchen garden and creating dishes made from locally sourced suppliers to help lessen our carbon footprint.

Bridget Bodenham

Bridget Bodenhem makes our stunning house made salt holders. Bridget is a highly acclaimed local artist who we adore her works have been exhibited at the National Gallery of Victoria and she is very highly sought after. She is also incredibly kind and both our children have spent time with her crafting their own ceramics which are proudly used in our home. The bold dashes of gold and vibrant blues make her pieces very hard to resist and we also use her plates for all our photo-shoots. Her Instagram is @bridgetbodenham.

Gwendolynne & Sault


Set in the magnificent landscape of spa country Daylesford, the dreamy restaurant and wedding venue Sault is the latest location for Fashion Designer Gwendolynne Burkin to play with her designs.

Owner Jodi opened an invitation to the designer to shoot at the venue after seeing her full vision & photography on Instagram “I felt her style had the perfect synergy with our venue. “Said Jodi

With so many areas to focus on, Sault includes manicured hedge work in front of the French Provincial style stone building at its entrance; rambling tracks and a breathtaking lake upon which the sun sets. The 125-acre estate is simply stunning surrounded by mountains there is also the Chapel/Barn made with recycled timber perched on the edge of the lavender field that overlooks the lake.

The feel of the shoot was natural, chic, with a hint of earthiness blended with Gwendolynne’s always-whimsical signature style. Created for an elegant arty bride who has an organic, modern & individual vision.

Table settings were styled with acclaimed ceramicist Bridget Bodenham matched with the incredibly elegant Goa & Cutipol cutlery through Figgoscope Curates. Of course plated up with mouth-watering dishes by Sault’s Michelin star head chef, Spanish, Santiago Nine-Fernandez. “We use the freshest regional produce and wines to create the perfect country escape,” says Santiago.

Florals & food styling by the multi talented effervescent Grace Brown & Madeline Kannas had a “Cottage/Herb Garden” slant, mixing tortured willow, worm wood, rosemary, billy buttons, artichokes, fennel, garlic flowers, parsley, dried poppy heads & lavender of course. The look had an individual rambling beauty highlighted with a few dripping Pomegranates as a contrast.

Wedding Stationery by graphic Designer Jessica Da Silva of Studio Silva hand-lettered with rose gold, copper, foil invitations coordinated perfectly with the cutlery completing the individual contemporary look with her bold yet classic style.

The Hair and Make up direction by Vivian Ashworth is natural, keeping the eyes gently worked for a subtle, fresh, youthful look. They say you should choose your eyes or your lips to feature so we chose the lips with a kind of “orange” colour called “Morange” by MAC, which created a complimentary pop beside the rich purple of the lavender. Hair styling is effortless and all loosely worked with top notches, Wispy plaits & soft curls. Allowing the hair to move freely with the wind & catch soft highlights of hair in the sunlight.

Gwendolynne chose to focus this shoot on celebrating her dress designs that are available via her growing international & national stockists: Luella’s Boudoir UK, Little White Dress, Ireland; Blue Bridal Boutique, US; & Savvy Brides Sydney; Mile Feuille NZ.

The gowns include Gwendolynne’s signature beading designed exclusively by and individually made by hand highlight the designers flattering silhouettes soft fluid shapes. Made in Melbourne & crafted in silk georgettes, tulles, French Lace her style has a timeless elegance that is certain to make a bride always treasure as an heirloom.


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