Expert advice about catering

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Food for thought

Food for thought

Q. How do we keep our catering relaxed and informal for our outdoor wedding?

A. Sam Knight says: For chilled-out al fresco weddings, we'd suggest an afternoon tea served on quirky vintage china. Tea stands in the middle of the tables are great ice-breakers to get people interacting. And who can turn down sumptuous homemade cakes and dainty finger sandwiches?

A fitting centrepiece for the day would be our lovingly restored gin horse box serving delicious gins paired with fruit and tonic combinations. Don't worry if you're not into gin, we stock most peoples' tipple.

As it starts to cool down in the evening, we recommend something warm and filling. Our country kitchen horse box is the perfect addition to serve up fresh street food over a few hours, allowing your guests to come and go as they please. We love to personalise the day to our couples by offering their favourite drink or dish.

Sam Knight , The Vintage Box Catering
www.thevintagebox.co.uk

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