Category: Wedding Food

Supplier Spotlight – Patrick’s Barn

Patrick’s Barn is in Chiddinglye, West Hoathly, West Sussex. It’s a rustic and quirky wedding venue set in 360 acres of farm, parkland, formal gardens and woodland. They have the space to accommodate most wedding day craziness – for example glamping, fairground rides, treasure hunts, bouncy castles, bucking broncos and welly wanging… they even have a Druid wedding booked for next year! The ‘Byre’ behind the barn is a huge covered area previously used to house the cows in winter (and still has the sheep in for lambing). It’s a versatile space seating 120 or a space for games, hay…

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Supplier Q&A – Queen Bees

Today we have an informative Q&A with the dessert queen herself, Allison from Hampshire-based Queen Bees. Q. Tell us about Queen Bees and what you offer? A. Queen Bees is all about the personal touches, the extra elements to compliment and personalise your wedding. Specialising in French Macarons, whilst also supplying sweets and other home baked items. Queen Bees create gifts, wedding favours and macaron towers. We’re known for our distinctive style and ability to make bespoke items. Q. How long have you been going? A. In the current format Queen Bees has been around for about four years. Q….

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Featured Caterer – Tin Roof Kitchen

Here at Margot’s Wedding we love street food caterer Tin Roof Kitchen. Their mobile setup looks super-cool, we especially love the industrial-style lighting, hessian sacks and flowers in colourful tin cans. They’re the perfect addition to an outdoor festival-style wedding. We caught up with owner Barny to find out a little more about his fantastico business… Q. Hi Barny! We love Tin Roof Kitchen. Can you tell us about your experience and how the business came about? A. My love of Italian food comes from time spent working at Fifteen London (Jamie Oliver’s restaurant) and the working holidays in Italy…

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Eco Wedding

Foraged Flowers and Local Feasts…

Weddings are large, expensive events so it’s a great idea to be mindful when it comes to minimising your carbon footprint. Today, Becky from The Garden Chef tells us about a recent shoot she collaborated on with some local florists. Over to Becky… A big part of our ethos is to have great respect for the food we create; how we create it and what we create it from. One of our concerns is the cost and waste related to weddings so we wanted to look at ideas to minimise this. We wanted the shoot to be eco-friendly and sustainable….

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