9 Weird & Wonderful Wedding Food Facts


Check out my 9 weird & wonderful wedding food facts. Apparently 66% of brides have a drink before walking down the aisle! Is anyone here included in that stat? I’ve seen a few sweetheart tables too, always a cute option!

Spring Wedding Catering


Have you ever heard the saying that many people spend more time planning their wedding than they do their marriage? When you think about it, it’s not surprising really, after all there’s just so much to get done before the big day comes around. And of course, being potentially the best day of your life,… Read more »

Working with Dietary Requirements


Anyone who has special dietary requirements, whether its down to illness, allergy or personal choice, will understand the sheer frustration of eating at places which are unable to cater properly for their needs. We’ve all heard the jokes about a nut roast being the only vegetarian option on the menu, but when it’s you on… Read more »

Why Grand Catering is Central to a Great Wedding.


In the words of the Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw: “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” This has to be a great reason why Grand Catering is central to a great wedding. After all, I don’t know anyone who isn’t miserable when they’re hungry and a wedding should be a marvellously… Read more »

Predictions for 2016 from an East Midlands Wedding Caterer


As a Wedding Caterer in the East Midlands, I’m often asked what the most popular Wedding Breakfast dish is. This is always a difficult one to answer as, year on year, fashions change and new trends evolve. Want something different for your wedding? Have a read of my Wedding Catering Predictions for 2016… My Wedding… Read more »

Choosing Fine Wines to suit your Fine Dining…


“A Meal Without Wine is Called Breakfast” But in my book, definitely not a wedding Breakfast! Read on to find out how the lovely team at Thomas the Caterer can help you solve all your woeful wedding wine worries. Choosing Fine Wines to suit your Fine Dining… It occurred to me that providing fine dining… Read more »