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A question that we are asked a lot when planning people’s weddings is ‘when shall we cut our wedding cake?’ The honest answer: there is no set time any more and you really can cut the cake whenever best suits you. Traditionally, 15- 20 years ago, the wedding cake was always cut after the main course was cleared from your […]

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After organising weddings for ten years now, this question always arises “what time should the bar open?” There are different answers to this question, so here’s our guide to working out which option will suit you and your guests the best. The questions you need to ask are: What drinks are we serving as the guests arrive? Are we buying […]

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As outside caterers we understand that weddings can cost huge amounts of money and we like to work with our clients to achieve the wedding or event that they have always dreamt of but at a sensible price… To do this we will always give you ideas of where to cut and where to add foods to help you manage […]

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In normal times, without Covid – 19 hanging over us all and when we are busy catering for events and weddings we are constantly asked how we do our jobs and provide the food at it’s optimum level, along with arranging staff and where the staff come from, drink service and so on and on…. So for a bit of […]

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Here in West Devon we can be prone to rapidly changing weather so when organising your wedding (and catering) it is important to take this into consideration. It is one element of your day that no one can control so it is worthwhile having a plan B, just in case! If you get to the day and, sadly, it’s pouring […]

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Weddings are one of the most stressful events you will ever organise! Even to the most organised person the planning can be daunting at times and the week prior you need to have strong delegation skills, be decisive, a problem solver and organised on top of being excited that your BIG day is fast approaching. At this point we would […]

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