What style of food should you serve at your wedding?

What style food should you have at your wedding?

Catering options for every wedding

As featured in Your Yorkshire Wedding Magazine (May/June 2019 issue)

Once you start planning your wedding you quickly realise just what a big job it is,as well as how many elements go into making your special day, special.

Picking your venue is job number one (as you will need somewhere to get married!). We exclusively cater at The Sun Pavilion, Harrogate which is an idyllic location to say your vows and celebrate afterwards, it was our first ever #VenueoftheMonth so take a read back for 8 top tips if you’re thinking about getting married there.

You might decide you want to have a marquee wedding, in which case Official MUTA Member CGC Event Marquees can style your marquee the way you want and will work closely with some great suppliers to provide you with a choice of furniture styles, lighting options and finishing touches. Need more advice? Read their blog piece on holding a marquee event.

But now we focus on what we consider to be the main event… the food! Your Yorkshire Wedding approached us asking for our take on three very different themes…

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It’s always best to keep things seasonal, and if you’re having a traditional three-course wedding breakfast it is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the best of what the seasons produce has to offer!

To start we would keep it light and treat your guests to a traditional fish starter; smoked tuna niçoise served with Jersey royals, French beans, black olives and quails egg and a cider infused apple relish to give the dish a zing.

For main at this time of year it simply has to be lamb and we would suggest impressing your guests with the best this produce has to offer by serving lamb three ways; loin, shoulder and sweetbread with rosemary confit potato, goat’s cheese and black olive .

To finish, incorporate Yorkshire’s finest home-grown… rhubarb, with a Yorkshire rhubarb cheesecake and strawberry soup.

With each course pair wines to suit, a warming red like Shiraz with a hint of spice would complement the lamb dish perfectly.

2. Relaxed – Barbeque

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If you’re lucky and we get a beautiful never-ending summer like last year, then nothing would suit the occasion better than an informal barbeque. Stack it full with Yorkshire suppliers such as Lishman’s of Ilkley and Milford Farm for delicious fuss-free burgers and sausages, then let guests help themselves to ready-made cocktails from Kilner drink dispensers, and bottles of beers chilling on ice in buckets.

3. Alternative – Afternoon tea

Auto Draft 2There is something so traditional yet alternative to having afternoon tea for your wedding. You might not want the fuss but still want a treat, and afternoon tea ticks all the boxes, especially when combined with plenty of Champagne to toast the day with your friends and family!

Get in touch:

Whether you’re considering one of none of these themes, we’ve got lot’s of ideas and options to suit your special day, read more on our occasions section of the website or get in touch via our details below.

Email:

info@cgceventcaterers.co.uk

Marquees@cgceventcaterers.co.uk

Telephone:

0113 287 6387