They might not receive the same hype, but winter weddings are just as beautiful, and in many ways even more magical, than summer ceremonies. Cosy bonfires under dark star-studded skies, soft, candle-lit dinners surrounded by family and friends, and romantic venues lie ahead for those willing enough to embrace the cold. But with Hog Roast Moreton on hand to provide your guests with a delightful meal, you’re guaranteed to be in store for a spectacular day whatever your chosen season is!
At this time of year, our teams are always busy catering for lots of different events, (especially now that Christmas is just around the corner) but, one celebration we continually look forward to all-year-round is weddings. So, when the then newly-engaged, Jack and Kirsty asked us to handle their wedding catering back in January, we were over the moon!
For their special day, the pair had chosen an on-trend bohemian theme for which our southern slow roast menu fit perfectly. Offering a combination of the heartiest dishes from America’s deep south, this best-loved Hog Roast Moreton menu is ideal for more laid-back affairs like the one Jack and Kirsty had their hearts set on.
Time has flown in since the pair first reached out to arrange their wedding breakfast, and the big day went ahead on Saturday. With just a small handful of guests in attendance due to the latest restrictions, Hog Roast Moreton had adapted the menu to better suit the changes, which Jack and Kirsty were very appreciative of as it removed the unnecessary stress from their shoulders.
Everything about the reception was stunning, and the couple had used hand-picked acorns, and mason jars filled with twinkling fairy lights to create bespoke centrepieces for their special occasion, as well as a hot chocolate bar. They even had chalkboard which pointed the guests in the right direction of the hog roast!
The Hog Roast Moreton team did a great job preparing the spread of cajun spiced whole roast chicken, BBQ pork butt and Texan 24 hour beef brisket with side salads, corn cobettes and loaded fries, which was a much-welcomed feast among the guests who later indulged in our after-dinner treat of dessert waffles and cream. Yum!