Tag: Devon Party Catering

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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A wedding is one of the most important days of your life, and its easy to get lost in the Pinterest/Instagram overload…we’ve cut to the  chase with the top tips from our years of experience! 1. Heel Protectors-No one will see them under your dress! and they will stop you loosing your shoes at the most inopportune moment-walking down the […]

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In the month of April we should of been kicking wedding season off as well as coming to the end of our local civic dinners, that we were asked to cater again this year. Tavistock Town Council’s civic ball was due to happen last week and West Devon’s civic ball should have been three weeks ago, however we did manage […]

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As caterers in the centre of Devon, we pride ourselves on producing all homemade and locally sourced food. Caroline is great at designing menus that make the most of what British growers and producers have to offer at different times of the year. Where do we source our ingredients? Living in the Westcountry, we are extremely lucky with the delicious […]

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The list of wedding suppliers that couples book in the years, months and weeks prior to their wedding is endless… venue, caterers, cake maker, wedding dress, suits, flowers, entertainment, transport, stationary, bar, photographer, videographer… and so the list goes on. Finding your perfect suppliers takes a lot of time and effort to find those that fits you as a couple. […]

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On Saturday 7th September, we were the chosen wedding caterers for the wedding of Sally and Steve who married at Buckland Brewer Church before returning to Langtree Village Hall for the wedding reception. As the guests arrived we greeted them with refreshing glasses of Pimms and lemonade garnished with fresh fruit, Mojitos (Sally’s favourite tipple), bottled beers and orange juice […]

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