To help you plan your wedding while in lock-down, I’m shining a light on the caterers we work with here at Capesthorne Hall. Today, we’re looking at two of our four caterers; Vanilla in Allseasons and Sue Le Bonne catering.
(Image shows anti pasta sharing board, canapés, pies and Moroccan lamb skewers)
Vanilla in Allseasons
The company is owned by Adam Evanson and Simon Bailey who both have extensive experience in the catering industry and are driven to offer clients a tailor-made menu using only the best ingredients, locally sourced where possible.
(Image shows mushroom and spinach pithiviers with goats cheese, goats cheese ice cream and candied walnut, fillet of Cheshire beef with oxtail bon-bon and dauphinoise potatoes, tomato bruschetta)
They will arrange a meeting you with you, usually within your own home, to chat about your food loves and hates, so you can build the perfect menu together. If you’re happy with the proposed menu, then you’re invited to a tasting completely free of charge where their chefs showcase their amazing talents.
(Image shows pizzette with rocket, duo of pork and smoked salmon roulade)
If you love the food, and who wouldn’t, then you can officially reserve your date and not only do they provide your food, but they can MC your day and can provide a full bar service at Capesthorne Hall, giving you a wrap-around catering service.
(Image shows raspberry and white chocolate cheesecake, kilner sticky toffee apple pudding with custard and trio of Eton mess, marquise and brulee)
Sue Le Bonne Catering
Image shows the ever popular roast dinner served on a board at the table and selection of canapés
Sue Le Bonne has been in the catering industry for forty-two years, and has collected a wealth of experience in all types of events. She has a loyal team of chefs, bakers and waiting on staff to ensure that each event is tailored to your specific needs and requirements.
(Image shows a platter of Italian and Spanish cooked meats served buffet style)
And it’s not just about providing delicious food. They offer a personal experience, from the one-to-one initial food tasting session at Sue’s home, right through to the actual day and have many loyal customers who hire them for their wedding and go back to them for christenings and anniversaries so they have to be doing lots of things right!
(Image shows Eton mess, chocolate brownie with raspberry sorbet, lemon tart and tiramisu, lemon posset with raspberry jus served in shot glasses)
If you want to contact either company, they would love to hear from you.
Vanilla in Allseasons can be contacted on 01260 543977 and Sue Le Bonne can be contacted on 01565 873502. You can also find them on Instagram at @vanillainallseasons and @suelebonne1 with more pictures of their delicious food.
And if you can look at all those pictures without heading to the fridge then you have more willpower than me!