Wedding food and drink

This is a kind of bittersweet post to write for me; bitter because I missed most of the food and drink at our wedding due to my panic attack and sweet because it looks so blady delicious.

Our wedding venue fully catered for us; there was never an option to hire in caterers which made my life a lot easier! We also never had to decide on a menu as we just went for a set package – The Traditional Summer Fete. This consisted of an amazing array of food stalls including:

  • Hog roast
  • Burger bar BBQ
  • Chicken shawarma
  • Shish kebab
  • Fish and chips
  • Pie stall
  • Salad barfoodThe food went so so perfectly with our casual outdoor theme and it was so lovely to watch everyone trying to narrow down the huge choices ( some people don’t narrow down – they went for it all and those people are awesome!).

There was then a wonderful selection of sweet treats which were so much fun for the kiddies and adults alike – I’m sure that’s why the children managed to stay up so late partying!

  • Ice-cream
  • Cup cakes
  • Strawberries and cream
  • Toffee apple
  • Doughnuts
  • Candy Floss

The cupcakes were actually saved for later as there was just too much to handle during the day so they came out in the evening along with our cake and a selection of bacon and egg butties!

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Four our drinks we had a Pimms bar for theĀ drinks reception and then provided a bottle of red and a bottle of white per table and a glass of prosecco for the toast. We also had a little canteen of water on the kids activity table and jugs of water on each table so everyone could stay nice and hydrated/drunk!

I’m so so pleased with our food and drink choice, everyone complemented the venue on how well they catered to everyone and it was so lovely to see it all put together after months of planning.


Thanks for reading!
Jess x

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Hi I’m Jess, Single Mum, Accredited Life Coach, NLP Practitioner and Beauty Business owner.

I chat about all thing female empowerment, spirituality and positivity