Wedding caterers in New Haven
Birchtree Catering is a small, female-owned company that focuses on local, seasonal ingredients and menus cooked fresh for weddings and events in and around Philadelphia, PA, including New Jersey and Delaware. We offer full service catering, including waitstaff, bartenders, rental items, day-of coordination and planning tools to make sure your event is seamless. Our mission is...
Slogan: Locally minded, Seasonally Inspired
12th Street Catering is a Philadelphia based full service catering company that believes you eat with your eyes first, then with your mouth. We’re devoted to making outstanding food with beautiful décor to match. Offering locally sourced ingredients, stunning displays, and highly seasoned staff, we’re much more than just a crew of cooks—we’re culinary artists with the passion t...
Slogan: Weddings, Events, Cafes
At Uncommon Feasts, our team works closely with each client to present a handmade feast to delight the taste-buds with a wide variety of locally-sourced ingredients from all over New England. For your event hosted in the Greater Boston area, each dish is prepared from scratch and paired perfectly with beverages from small importers and brewers.
Creative Concepts NYC is a boutique custom catering and event company. Our fare is hand-made, fresh, and approachable. Since its founding our unique team has designed and hosted everything from galas, weddings, and corporate events, to even simple rooftop hors d'oeuvres for six. We know that events can be stressful and we're here to make them easy, beautiful and delicious.
We have become the go-to caterer and wedding planners for stylish brides throughout New York, the Hudson Valley and Long Island. Not only will we find the perfect venue, we will tailor the menu and bar to your tastes, style and budget. We believe each wedding is unique. From on-trend food stations to fun vegan hors d’oeuvres to hand-iced wedding cakes, we customize each event ...
Cardona Catering Group is a family owned event catering and restaurant consulting company led by Celebrity Chef Ricardo Cardona that serves the Tri-State area. Through his private catering venture, Cardona Catering, Ricardo can share his fare with families, friends, and businesses that wish to enjoy wonderful food. At Cardona Catering, Chef Cardona personally works with each an...
Our Top Local Wedding Caterers
No matter what kind of wedding you have, there really should be food. And your options are fairly unlimited, from hot dogs and hamburgers at the beach, caviar and champagne in a magnificent ballroom to a variety of food trucks. This can mean doing hours of research to find the right wedding caterer to fit your wedding theme. Or, you can check out our selection of local caterers, which can save you time while introducing you to the best caterers in your city. You should book your caterer after you have a decent guest count and have booked your venue.
Your caterer should be able to handle both a sit-down dinner as well as a buffet. If you like a caterer that seems out of your price range, ask about doing a breakfast or brunch instead of a dinner. A large selection of tasty appetizers can save you money on the main course. Don’t be afraid to be different. Everyone has had the wedding chicken or fish, and there are lots of other delightful options. Tacos, anyone?
Review our selection of caterers at Weddingventures.com until you have narrowed down your search. Then check out their information and their specialties. A spread of Chinese food can be different and very appreciated. Find out if they are full-service and will help with other aspects of your wedding reception. A caterer can do more than just prepare food. He or she can provide tables, chairs, linens, china, and glasses. Many will set up the tables, provide waitstaff and bartenders, as well as alcohol and wedding cakes. Our handy list of wedding caterers makes selecting the caterer that is right for you easy.
Be sure to ask specific questions, such as what happens to the left-over food. Some caterers provide boxed take-out, which will be especially appreciated by out-of-town guests.
Most importantly, make sure they offer a food tasting. You don’t want any unpleasant surprises during your wedding reception.