Seeds to Celebrations is a branch of Catering by Seasons that was launched in 2012 in order to promote local farms and sustainable, organically grown foods.  Our event planners worked with pioneer bride and groom to create a customized menu using locally sourced produce, poultry, and dairy products.  In September, the happy couple said their vows – to each other, and to enjoying sustainable, local foods.

Our farming partners helped turn this dream into a functioning division of our company, and now it can be part of your own celebrations.  If you are interested in using locally grown produce for your next event, contact us at, to learn more about the Seeds to Celebrations process and schedule your event today!

Also make sure you check out our Blog for more information on Seeds to Celebrations!

Testimonial from the Bride:

“When Catering by Seasons indicated that they would be able to translate our personal commitment to buying locally and sustainable into our wedding menu, we thought ‘great, even if we can just do a little to incorporate that theme, let’s try it’. We never imagined how well your team would work with local farms and vendors to make the event such a success. I heard ‘This food is fantastic!’ more often than ‘The bride looks so lovely!’ which, as the bride, I still took as the highest compliment.”

-Jessie, pioneering bride from our very first grown-to-order wedding

Green Certifications

Catering by Seasons is committed to eco-friendly solutions in all of our business practices. As the leading green caterer in the mid-Atlantic region, Catering by Seasons is a Certified Green business with the Green Restaurant Association and a recognized member of the Maryland Green Registry.  We are also members of the Green Bride Guide, a green registry and local vendors list.  To learn more about any of our certifications or green providers, click on the links below.

3 Star Green Restaurant Certified Member of the Maryland Green Registry
Kyle Vermeulen has been recognized locally and around the world for his culinary skills and creative endeavors.  To learn more about Chef Kyle and his work, check out his page and follow us on Twitter!
Using sustainable farming practices, we now cultivate and harvest fresh tomatoes, basil, Swiss chard, braising greens, watermelon, oregano, thyme, parsley, mint and other herbs.  During the growing season these ingredients are used in all our kitchens. Learn more about our garden and partner farms!

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