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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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As everyone knows the year 2020 has been a complete wash out for weddings! For us what promised to be one of our busiest seasons in eight years turned out to be very different, with a large winter wedding in February before Coronavirus really took hold, some charity and civic work before everyone started postponing. We then had 5 months […]

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So here we are again, at the beginning of another National Lockdown! We probably all knew it was coming but that doesn’t make it any easier to navigate!   From our perspective this one feels a lot different from March, it is no secret how devastating this has been for the business sector we are in, as an event catering […]

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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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We are constantly asked “should we do favours?” This is something that we cannot answer but we can tell you the favours that are popular and those that are not! The most popular are definitely charity pins, along with edible items such as chocolates, sweets and lottery scratch cards. Wedding favours that also go down well can be small bottles […]

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  Firstly, we are very much still here, just wanted to give you a little update from our perspective. After 3 months of ” Wedding Lockdown” with only those in exceptional circumstances allowed to be married we are now albeit slowly entering a new phase. This still looks very different from the past “pre pandemic” times of long ago. Trying […]

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