Saturday was another busy day for us, with 3 weddings taking place over the Bedforshire countryside, all teams were working hard looking after our clients. With sunshine all day and BBQ aromas filling the air, there were plenty of happy people enjoying memorable days!
I was back at the beautiful Hitchin Lavendar Farm, with the Lavendar in full bloom the backdrop was stunning! My lovely couple Mona & Giles had a Baha’i ceremony to the side of the Tipis, followed by welcome mocktails of Shirley Temples & Mojitos accompanied by an old fashioned ice cream van. Everyone was so content outside it was hard trying to get them in the Tipis for their wedding breakfast!
John cooked up a delicious BBQ of pork & leak sausages, lemon & summer herb chicken and peppered ribeye steaks, accompanied with bowls of Greek salad; roasted Mediterranean vegetables with lemon & garlic olive oil; green beans rocket leaves & sugar snaps, balsamic olive oil; and hand cut chips. The food smelt and tasted delicious, the guests all had seconds and enjoyed it immensely. This was followed by wedding cake, fruit platters, tea, coffee and very amusing speeches!
The DJ played their first dance and kept the dance floor rocking late into the evening. With marshmallows roasted on the fire pit and a photo booth with the funniest of props, it was an evening to remember! Mona & Giles left running through an arch of sparklers, then jumped in a jeep and speed of into the night. Their smiles just about say it all!
So was that the perfect trio? – Tipis4hire, Hitchin Lavender Farm & Kingfisher Caterers?
Or was it David’s trio of desserts? Over at High Cross in Hertford, Ian and his team also had
A BBQ menu to celebrate Petrit and Rebecca’s special day. With honey, soy & chorizo chicken skewers; monkfish, tiger prawn and salmon skewers; lamb leg skewers marinated in red chilli and pulled pork, it was another delicious feast. All accompanied with bowls of salads and baby new potatoes.
But it was the trio of desserts that Ian said caused the biggest stir with actual ‘wow’s’ being heard through the marquee as the staff set down the plates!
Dan and Katherine were in at the beautiful Burwash Manor in Barton to celebrate Keeley & Phil’s day. Canapes followed by traditional afternoon tea was their chosen style of food, with tea, coffee and champagne being served in the warm afternoon sun, another great family for us to cater for.
So which is the perfect trio? All of the above I think, or maybe just team KF doing a triple Saturday! Well done everyone!