Rounding off wedding season 2019, Hog Roast Branston provided catering for a lovely couple in the local area who were looking for our team of experts to give their 100 guests a feast to remember – and *spoiler alert*, they certainly succeeded!
In the months before their nuptials, the happy couple reached out to Hog Roast Branston’s customer service team, who after talking them through our wide range of bespoke menus and catering packages (which have been designed to suit all wedding styles and budgets), placed them in the capable hands of catering manager Rob. Having had the pleasure of turning many couple’s wedding dreams into a reality since joining the industry, Rob asked all the right questions to get a better idea of what the loved-up pair would want for their big day.
It didn’t take long for the bride and groom to find the perfect menu for their autumnal wedding and after Rob described our signature southern slow roast option which is heavily inspired by classic American favourites, they immediately placed their booking. With Hog Roast Branston taking care of all their catering needs, Mr and Mrs Stephenson-to-be were able to focus on adding the final touches to their special day and tying up loose ends.
On the day of the wedding, the catering crew arrived at Branston Village Hall in the early afternoon, giving them just enough time to prepare a mouth-watering buffet of BBQ pork butt, Texan 24 hour beef brisket and cajun spiced whole roast chickens which had all been pre-marinated in our secret recipe rubs for that extra special flavour. For vegetarians, the team created a meat-free alternative of grilled vegetable and haloumi skewers served with pitta breads and a tzatziki dip which paired nicely with the inclusive side dishes of Memphis style crunchy coleslaw, creamy mac & cheese, green leaf salad, whole baked potatoes and gluten-free rolls.
The newlyweds and their guests were blown away when the Hog Roast Branston team presented them with the delicious buffet and wasting no time, they collected a plate from the towers of disposable crockery before filling their plates with a little bit of everything.