One of the most exciting parts of designing a wedding is getting to know the couple. For us, we love to design a menu that suits them and their personalities perfectly. At the start of the process, our Head of Weddings, Hannah chats to the couple. She finds out what makes them tick and what they’re like.
This cool and contemporary East London wedding was so exciting to work on. The couple really wanted the food to be incredible. They said: “We are both massive foodies so picking a caterer for our wedding day was one of the biggest decisions we made. We decided on Jimmy Garcia Catering, based on the type of food they provide. Every option we discussed with them was exactly the type of food we enjoy eating and some even had the added bonus of a creative and fun element!”
Adding the creative touch is exactly what we love to do and this wedding included many. A ‘Pimp your Doughnut’ station and a self serve ice cream table with all the toppings, for guests to feast on after mains was extremely popular! The Gin Station equally so. We also loved the simplicity of the menu design, with a touch of humour.
When it comes to the logistics of a wedding, this is where we can really step in and help. We’re not daunted by a dry hire venue, in fact we work in them most weeks. A wedding will often be the biggest event a couple ever puts on and all the details can be overwhelming. This is where we can really add value. Our couple said of the day and Hannah;
“We could not have been happier with the food on the day. It was amazing and something that all our guests raved about. One other thing to note is that due to the venue being a blank canvas we also had to arrange suppliers for furniture, set up of the tables, decorations etc.”
“This is something that Hannah, Jimmy’s own wedding planner, did for us. This really helped in the run up to our wedding and on the day. Hannah is a wonder woman! She was manoeuvring 10 foot bay trees single handily as it they were nothing. She really did everything to make our day special and we both cannot thank her enough.”