Drinks providers for your wedding

If your chosen venue doesn't provide the catering then you’ll need to call in the professionals to feed your guests. There's a plethora of options from a formal sit-down dinner comprising of a three-course meal to a variety of fun, informal ways of feeding your guests such as hog roasts and barbecues. Whatever option you choose for your big day make sure you meet with the caterers to discuss your requirements; a reputable supplier will provide a tasting menu so that you can sample your planned dishes making sure they are the perfect choice for your wedding day.

 

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The Scenic Supper Event and Party Planning

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The Scenic Supper Parties and Wedding Management Service offers creative planning and management of bespoke parties and weddings. We work closely with clients to create memorable events to suit individual tastes and preferences for up to 100 guests for a sit-down event or for a canapés and drinks reception.

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Posted: 13 May 2022

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