Hiring a professional wedding caterer or mobile bar service takes away all the stress of providing your guests with first class, delicious food and mouthwatering drinks - adding so much more to your special day.
Planning is essential, a specialist wedding caterer/mobile bar service will provide you with many options not just for your formal sit-down wedding breakfast but also perhaps a relaxed al fresco barbecue or buffet. And, of course, a professional business will also be able to accommodate any special dietary requirements that you or your guests may have, so be sure to discuss this with them!
Here are some great wedding caterers based in Surrey whom you might want to get in touch with; covering everywhere from Woking, Epsom, Guildford, Croydon, Camberley and Haslemere.
Don't forget to mention Your Surrey Wedding magazine when contacting a wedding caterer or mobile bar hire service.
The Poffertjes Kitchen is a mobile catering service providing freshly made, hot off-the-griddle, Dutch mini pancakes on location. The Poffertjes Kitchen is a family run business with a Dutch founder who grew up enjoying this delicious treat. The Poffertjes Kitchen has become a popular fixture at small and local events, farmer’s markets, Christmas fairs and various large music festivals. It is also a hit for customers who want to treat their guests to something tasty and unique at their birthday party, hen party, stag party, wedding or baby shower.
Exquisitely designed and presented with the highest standard and finish, Gourmet will design, create & exceed your every expectation.
Partnering with some of the most prestigious venues throughout the UK & Europe, offering bespoke individual experiences, incapsulating every detail of our clients requirements.
The Champagne Bureau UK* have rounded up five reasons why Champagne is the long-standing pinnacle of sparkling wine. Firstly, Champagne only comes from Champagne. Champagne is a 100% French product - the Champagne region is located in France, approximately 90 miles east of Paris. It is a protected appellation (AOC). From 816 to 1825, France's royalty was crowned in Champagne's Reims Cathedral, where Champagne was said to flow freely at all the coronation banquets. Soon, highly prized for their taste and finesse, it became customary to gift these wines to any royalty visiting the region. This is how the Champagne came to be known as the wine of coronation and known in France as "the wine of Kings and the King of wines".
Posted: 28 August 2023
Whether it's teetotallers, the 'sober curious' or simply those wishing to cut back on the amount of alcohol they consume, dry weddings are an emerging growth market according to one leading events planner who has seen a 28% increase in requests for completely alcohol-free weddings, and a notable focus on alcohol free drinks in weddings that aren't forgoing it altogether. Liz Taylor, CEO of leading wedding and events management company, the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC), has been at the forefront of the wedding industry for over thirty-five years and has never seen such demand for no or low alcohol weddings, with requests rising nearly a third in the last two years.
Posted: 14 June 2023
Tied the Knot Wedding Gin by Manchester Gin was crafted by founders Seb and Jen to celebrate their own wedding in 2022. Relaunching in time for wedding season as part of the distillery's core range, Tied the Knot contains 11 botanicals in perfect harmony. Juniper-forward, like most of the Manchester Gin range, this very special edition also celebrates the delicate summer flavours of elderflower and hibiscus, which work beautifully with bright lemon and grapefruit.
Posted: 11 June 2023
World Gin Day on the 10th June is a celebration of all things gin. Here's a selection of amazing gin cocktails originating from different countries for you today and for your hen/stag/sten do and wedding day - well why not on the honeymoon too! There's lots you'll be celebrating! Happy World Gin Day! Ryan Reynolds' Aviation Gin Negroni create at home: 30ml Aviation American Gin, Campari and Sweet Vermouth. Stir all ingredients in a glass, add ice and a fresh twist of orange peel
Posted: 10 June 2023
The traditional three-course wedding breakfast doesn't have to be boring. In this article Nidhi Verma, head of food & founder of The Cookaway, shares a few ideas for alternative food menus for wedding guests. Getting involved with the putting together of your wedding menu can allow you to focus on what's important to you, whether that's only using local produce and seasonal ingredients, incorporating foods you and your partner really like, making sure there are plenty of fun elements, or serving with the utmost style. But if standing out is your priority, how can you ensure your menu is unique? If you're wondering how you can make your special day a little more individual, below are a few ideas to get you started.
Posted: 3 June 2023
Champagne naturally goes hand in hand at weddings and there is no shortage of creative ways to share the pinnacle of sparkling wine. The Champagne Bureau UK*, has included useful tips below on how to best serve Champagne at a wedding and help select the right style for the occasion. Using the correct glassware: whilst trends come and go and flutes have commonly been thought of as the crème de la crème - a tall, rounded, tulip-shaped glass is the perfect choice and expertly shows off your Champagne's aromas and bubbles.
Posted: 8 May 2023
Following a £40K kitchen refurbishment, The Talbot is delighted to share its plans for 2023. The head chef is showcasing a delicious new à la carte evening menu in the restaurant, which offers new dishes, including seared scallops, and truffled supreme of chicken alongside some classic British dishes, which are available in the bar.
During the day, you will find a range of healthy smoothies, hot drinks and homemade cakes on offer. Brunch is available from 11am until 5pm alongside barrel and stone pizzas. You can choose to relax in the elegant restaurant or cosy bar with the open fire, or on sunnier days, enjoy al fresco dining on the south-facing terrace
Posted: 16 March 2023
With a growing number of people going sober or choosing to moderate their drinking, the traditional wedding 'knees up' may be a thing of the past as today's couples opt for a more sober affair - which everyone can remember! In the past, non-drinkers or designated drivers would be somewhat left out of the celebrations with access to only a sad selection of soft drinks or juices. However, now nearlyweds-to-be are putting as much effort into deciding what alcohol-free drinks to offer as they would apply to sourcing the Champagne for the toasts! Plus, not only are dry weddings a huge money saver, but they also allow guests to enjoy the day with a clear head and leave the event with all those special memories firmly in tact.
Posted: 15 February 2023
Your wedding should be as personalised, luxurious and enjoyable as possible, and the drinks menu is no exception! Here, Steve King, managing director at the drinks retailer Bottled & Boxed, shows you how to bring together a bespoke drinks menu for your wedding. Organising a wedding is as exciting as it is overwhelming: you'll want your day to be as special as possible, and the drinks menu is no exception to this. It's becoming more and more popular to create your own personalised drinks, with Google searches for 'bespoke drinks menu' increasing 10% since the beginning of 2022.
Posted: 8 February 2023
With a bumper wedding season ahead in the UK this summer, make sure you cater for all your guests' needs and be sure to offer delicious no and low alcohol options at drinks wedding celebrations. With a range of great wine, cocktail or gin alternatives to stock up on this summer for the designated drivers and sober curious, there's something for all taste buds leaving guests happy, refreshed and clear-headed the next day - hallelujah to that!
Posted: 3 August 2022