A while back I was excited to be asked to provide corporate event catering for a two-day workshop hosted by the B.LOVED Hive called HiveLive. The workshop was a chance for wedding professionals like myself to learn about business and branding from industry experts, while building new connections with one another. In the same way that grazing tables are a great way to facilitate mixing and mingling among wedding guests, they’re also a wonderful way to encourage a bit of networking. These summer grazing tables did just that!
For Day One, I created a delectable spread that included charcuterie, specialty cheeses, and two different salads (tomato and onion, and spinach and mixed seed salad). Artisan breads and crackers were placed around the table, along with nuts, olives, and a selection of homemade dips and relishes (houmous, beetreet and horseradish, and sticky fig). On the sweet side, there were white chocolate dipped pretzels (yum!) and homemade iced cinammon doughnuts, as well as lots of fresh summer fruits like strawberries and watermelon.
As featured in Wedding Ideas Magazine and on B.LOVED The Curated Kitchen was featured in print again recently, this time in the popular Wedding Ideas magazine (as well as on our fave blog, B.LOVED). I loved working on this garden wedding shoot with a talented team led...
I am absolutely blown away to share that The Curated Kitchen was recently named Best Newcomer at the prestigious TWIA Awards – first in the South East regional awards, and then in January at the Nationals! I’m so honoured, and can’t think of a better way to start this...
If you’re newly engaged, then congratulations! It’s such an exciting, emotional, happy time, so enjoy every minute. Once you’ve made the big announcement to friends, family and Facebook, it’s time to start thinking about wedding planning. But first, why not kick off...
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