Written by Event Manager, Brittany Agro When it comes to planning a wedding, there are a lot of things to consider and think about. Here are three common questions that couples often ask, and what we like to tell them. Question #1: How do we determine a budget for our event? The bride and groom … Continued
Written by Senior Event Manager Glynis Keith This globe-trotting family with roots in Italy and Israel chose an around the world theme for their daughter’s Bat Mitzvah at VisArts this past December. Dark wood farm tables, barrel tables and centerpieces featuring vintage globes gave the space a sophisticated old world European feel. The International menu … Continued
The truth about food waste and how to prevent it. Written by Brittany Agro, Event Manager Last week, our President Dave Evans had an opportunity to speak alongside Suzanne Morrell, Founder STM|enterprises, Creating Events and D.C. Event Food Waste Coalition, Samantha Kenny, Associate Specialist, Food Waste, at the World Wildlife Fund-US and Kate Urbank, FDC … Continued
Written by Event Manager, Katie McAuliffe Cheers! ¡Salud! Prost! L’chaim! However you say it, no celebration is complete without a toast, and what better way to toast than with a signature cocktail created just for you! Signature cocktails are a fun and easy way to add some extra personalization to your wedding or special event. … Continued
In January of 2017 we met with a bride who knew that she wanted a “sustainable” wedding. She wanted to know that the food at her wedding would be grown in a way that cared for the environment. She wanted local and organic, if possible. She wanted a caterer that was committed to recycling and … Continued
by Senior Event Manager Glynis Keith Being the perfect host is a lot harder than it used to be. Keeping up with your guests’ growing list of food allergies and dietary restrictions can be a challenge, but it’s one we at Catering by Seasons are happy to meet. Over the years, I’ve seen more and … Continued
Jessica and Scott are an easy going, dog loving and CSA buying couple! Community Supported Agriculture is a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. All photos are courtesy of Heather Ryan Photography. When When it came time to plan for their Wedding Reception, having locally sourced food was … Continued
For the last four years, Catering by Seasons has been honored to cater the annual fundraising gala for the United Community Ministries. The UCM tasks itself to mobilize the power of community to equip, educate, and empower, vulnerable children, youth, adults and families to improve their lives. This event gathers the communities of Mount Vernon … Continued
The Fillmore in downtown Silver Spring was the setting for this glam pink Bat Mitzvah celebration. The Kids Lounge, with its white tufted leather sofas and silver sequin tables, was front and center on the stage. The Adults partied on the floor on black suede sofas and mirrored tables. Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres The evening … Continued
The below blog was written by a Catering by Seasons Bride, Kim, who was married in November 2016. All photographs are by Kate Ann Photography. Why we chose a farm-to-table wedding My fiancé and I got engaged a little over a year ago, and as we began planning our wedding, we started to think more about … Continued
Alberto is the best catering manager ever!! Everything about working with Catering by Season, from the planning, communication, to the execution was phenomenal!
It was a pleasure to work with Alberto Trevizo and Catering by Seasons. Alberto was knowledgeable and pleasant to work with, and was very accommodating when we had to postpone our wedding one year.
Stefanie was such a huge help! Everything was smooth, she helped us find ways to cut costs and advocated for us with our venue.