For your wedding we’ll provide you with delicious handmade food and work closely with you on every detail. Over the last eight years we have catered many weddings, and are happy to advise on numbers, menu choices, allergies and anything else you want to ask about.
“Clare and Paul catered for our wedding and I cannot recommend them enough – they are amazing. Clare was wonderful at liaising with me to come up with a menu, and answer my many questions. The food was incredible!! Thank you so much for your friendly, organised service and delicious food. We recommend you to everyone.”
Lizzie and Adi, April 2018
All our food is vegan: free of dairy, meat and animal ingredients. Many dishes can be made without nuts or gluten.
Sample menus and prices
Different ways of the serving the food are listed below, together with pros and cons. If you have decided how you want your food served, however, head straight to our sample menus and prices.
Guests serve themselves from a buffet. If there are any hot dishes we serve these, and are on hand to answer any questions. Buffets provide a good variety of choices. Usually one or two tables come up at a time to avoid queues, so eating is somewhat staggered. There are different types of buffet:
“Tom and I are so glad we found you to cater our wedding! The food was absolutely spot on and we really enjoyed scoffing the left overs for the next couple of days! Everything tasted wonderful and we cannot fault the service, you were brilliant from start to finish and made the whole experience stress free.”
Talmae and Tom, December 2017
- A finger buffet is more relaxed and people can literally eat it with their fingers so just need a plate or serviette for their food.
A finger buffet might include wraps, mini-quiches, sausage rolls, sandwiches, vol-au-vents, sushi, baby pasties, pizza, olives, dips and dippers. The food is more than likely served at room temperature. If space is limited, a finger buffet is a good choice. It’s also good if there is no kitchen at the venue or a limited kitchen.
- With a fork buffet it’s best if guests are seated at a table. There is lots of scope for the type of food you can serve.~ A salad bar fork buffet we served included quiches, sausage rolls, focaccia bread, dips, dippers and a big range of salads.
~ A hot fork buffet we served had leek and broccoli croustade, moussaka, quiches and curry, served with rice, new potatoes and salads.
~ A Mediterranean buffet might include frittata, wraps with roast veg, tapenade mini-quiches, fatayer, potato salad, tabouleh, focaccia bread, hummus, marinated olives and roast peppers.
Sharing platters go on the table and guests can eat as much food as they like and can eat immediately after serving themselves. With our set up, this works best for hot pastries and any food served at room temperature. OR we can plate up hot savouries and have salads and cold food on the table for people to help themselves to.
“Fairfoods provided the most fantastic food for our wedding in October 🙂 it was all so delicious and it was a great way to introduce our guests to vegan food. We could not recommend them more highly.”
Bethan and Simon, October 2017
We will deliver the food to you. We can also set up the food, in which case you provide crockery and cutlery, or we can provide single-use crockery and cutlery for an additional fee.
~ For more sample menus, and prices, see our wedding sample menu page.
~ If you are ready to book, or would like a quote:
- Fill out our booking request form.
- Between us we work out your menu, and we’ll send you a quote.
- We make tweaks so the menu is just how you want it.
- You put down a deposit and we book you in for the date.
- A couple of weeks before the wedding we get in touch to tidy up any final details. The final payment is now due.
- The day arrives and you can relax and enjoy your lovely choices of food.
~ If you would like to ask a question please use our booking request form.
We support and welcome same-sex and LGBT marriages and unions.
All food is suitable for vegans.