Have you booked your dream wedding venue only to be disappointed by the wedding breakfast menu on offer? Maybe your venue doesn’t provide catering, or it could be too expensive.
The wedding breakfast dilemma is a common one. The menu may not be quite as creative and imaginative as you were hoping for, or it doesn’t cater well for you and your guests’ dietary requirements, especially if you’re looking to provide vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free options.
Even if your wedding venue is catering for your wedding breakfast, you still need to consider keeping your guests fed (and entertained) throughout the evening, especially if children are attending, after all, weddings are long days!
Hiring an external caterer, such as D’vine Catering for your wedding breakfast or throughout the evening could be the best decision you could make in terms of sticking to your budget and expressing your personality or theme.
From seaside style fish and chips, vintage ice cream vans, candy bars to hog roasts, wedding catering options are endless these days. Get ready to excite and wow your guests with these creative culinary treats…
Catering your event is more than just supplying the food, drink and service. It’s about sharing your passion for a celebration that will fill your memories with joy. The service staff are the people who will mingle with your guests and they are not only providing a service for you but are performing a delicate balance of entertainment and professionalism. The catering at your wedding is so much more than just the food so make sure you employ a team of professional caterers who will enhance your wedding day and make it even more memorable.
Book your tickets to The Liverpool & North West Wedding Show on 21 and 22 September to find your caterers … and if up grade to the VIP Experience then you will be served by D’vine Catering in the VIP Lounge.