Position Title: Event Sales Coordinator
Summer reading and inspiration for our Spring brides has begun!
We were so thrilled when we heard the news about one of our weddings featured on Ruffled Blog (an inspiration go-to for our team here).
Key words to note from this hometown wedding:
Elegant • Farm Tables • Whimsical
Now let’s talk food. We took the classic family table serving style up a notch after pairing elegant china plates and wild flower escort cards in petite glass vases. After a pre-set salad was served a “pass me the butter” atmosphere was created encouraging guests to pass community dishes down the table to the next guest.
— The Bride, Samantha
Vendor Information: Wedding Location: Florence, SC / Photographer: Courtney Dox Photography / Day-Of Coordination and Catering: The Southern Way / Florist: A&B Florist / Venue: Private residence / Wedding Dress: J Major’s / Hair and Makeup: CarteAy / Wedding Cake: Buttercream Bakehouse / Band: Still Cruzin’ / Rentals: Party Reflections
Photo credit: Ruffled Blog.
“Southern cuisine has been America’s first and truest cuisine. Deeply rooted in both the land and the people who have worked it, Southern food is the original farm-to-table cooking.”
We are happy to be in the latest Winter/Spring 2015 issue of the Carolina Bride. Our chefs James Jones and Michael Stuckey were featured for their exquisite southern culinary skills, and the art of delivery a “one-of-a kind catering experience”. What can you take away from a copy of the magazine? A bride’s guide to a seasonal menu:
Spring: All about homegrown and colorful palettes
Other seasonal menu tips found in this season’s issue include:
Summer: Think light and refreshing
Fall: Hearty items that will pair perfectly with a cool, fall night
Winter: Bundle up with warm and rich dishes
Giddy to start planning your own big day menu? Take this last tidbit of advice from Sous Chef Michael Stuckey, “Most importantly have a memorable and unique item. It doesn’t have to be overly fancy but has to get people talking. Having the right food items paired with the season your wedding is in truly will maximize the guest experience.”