Gastro Catering is an event catering company in the south east specialising in weddings, offering services including fine dining, barbecues, hog roast and paella.
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The message from the following dishes is WOW! They are all guaranteed to impress your wedding guests in every sense – looks, taste, smell and texture.
Amuse-bouche, meaning literally ‘amuse mouth’ in French, is the term for a small savoury item of food served as a single bite-sized hors d’oeuvre before a meal.
Petal and Feast is a one-stop wedding shop, providing catering, flowers, ice cream bike, and china hire to help your wedding go just the way you want it to.
Achieving vintage elegance means replacing clutter with simplicity, and in terms of vintage menu food, pretty plates are definitely back in style.
Some couples don’t know what sort of music to have during their wedding breakfast, if any at all. Here’s some wedding breakfast music ideas which may help.
For many couples, wedding planning is like visiting a country with a different language. Here is a useful glossary of some 30 catering terms you might hear during your adventures.
Tea parties in many forms have been all the rage for a while now. Here are five simple tips to ensure that your vintage tea party wedding is perfect.
Here are some flavour combinations that Isay “British spring time”. If you are planning a spring wedding they are menu choices you might like to consider.
What does a wedding caterer actually do? Julie Gray gives her opinion on their key roles and responsibilities and how to ensure you choose a good caterer.
Canapés might be small but they play a significant role during all wedding receptions. Here are a few rules to help you decide on your canapé menu.
If you are marrying between September and February I can highly recommend including some seasonal British wild meats and game on your wedding menu.
Julie Gray shares a very special wedding menu, where the couple wanted something “interactive and fun but still formal”.
Julie Gray shares styling, food and drink ideas for for the three most popular decades of vintage style weddings – 1920s, 1940s and 1950s.
The Royal Wedding menu said so much about the wealth of incredible food we have in this country. The theme around the food was seasonal, local and organic.
You need to be careful when choosing the food and drink for a summer wedding. Before your big day check your menu with the following considerations…
Julie Gray takes an interesting look at how royal wedding menus have evolved over the last 100 years.
How will our two thoroughly modern, very distinctive royal couples, Kate and William, and Zara and Mike, approach choosing their wedding menus?