Food and drink

You and Your Wedding - - Let’s Celebrate -

Cre­at­ing a menu that’s close to your heart is a re­ally good way to ex­press your­selves. “For a wed­ding we worked on last year, the cel­e­bra­tions were themed on dif­fer­ent coun­tries that the cou­ple had lived in.” says Rose Lloyd Owen, di­rec­tor of Peardrop (peardroplon­don.com). “The drinks re­cep­tion trans­ported ev­ery­one to Ja­pan, with fresh sushi made to or­der by a chef. The din­ner was Ital­ian – the guests ate bur­rata with Si­cil­ian caponata, and seabass with braised fen­nel, fol­lowed by ge­lato. They ended the evening in ‘New York’. We made cos­mopoli­tans, man­hat­tans and served Reuben sand­wiches.

“An easy way to per­son­alise your menu is by al­ter­ing cock­tail names to in­cor­po­rate things the cou­ple like. We did A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream- themed wed­ding where we served ‘Puck’s Fizz’ and ‘Bot­tom’s Up’.”

Go for the foods you love

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