Another great review in print!

Steph & Andy – 1st July – Lodge Farm.

What a wonderful wedding and a lovely couple to cater for. It was such a pleasure being part of their special day. Now we see all our efforts greatly reviewed and yet another one in print!

These are the highlights, but read the full article  at


THE VENUE | Lodge Farm House, Kings Walden, Hertfordshire.

Lodge Farm House was the first wedding venue we looked at. We booked our date in just 3 weeks after getting engaged, we knew the venue was exactly what we wanted! We loved that you could DIY here. We chose a tipi reception with ‘posh BBQ’ catered by Kingfisher Caterers, after our outdoor ceremony. At Lodge Farm you had the farmhouse for the whole of the weekend, which meant me and my bridesmaids could stay the evening before and have that ‘at home’ feeling. Laura the event contact on the day was absolutely amazing and great fun, she felt like a guest! Lodge Farm is an immaculately maintained homely venue, which looks magical in the evening covered in lit up fairy lights and lanterns.

THE FOOD | Post ceremony canapes were served while guests chatted and drunk fizz in the sunshine. We then had our sit down BBQ (chicken & chorizo skewers, fish skewers, halloumi and med veg and lamb cutlets, all served with sweet potato wedges and salad selections). For the evening food we wanted a festival feel and so we had fish and chip cones being handed out, which went down a treat by that point! All catering was provided by Kingfisher Catering in a small catering tent at the back of the tipi, the quality of food was absolutely spot on and we still have so many compliments now!


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