Plant Something and Watch it Grow

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 important to them. They found their way to Catering by Seasons through their membership in the CSA run by Groundworks Farm in Pittsville, MD.

To begin that chic farm feel, the bride made the table centerpieces herself. Each featured a different plant that guided her guests to their tables.  Our chefs created a delicious meal with local cheeses, meats and vegetables. We were proud to help them achieve their Farm-to-Table wedding vision. 

The stationary hors d’oeuvres during the cocktail hour included Maryland Crab dip, Fig Tart with goat cheese and Pulled Pork Sliders.  Dinner was a buffet feast of Lemongrass Chicken, Herb Roasted Mahi, Grilled Portobello, Baked Mac & Cheese, Roasted Veggies and Spring Salad.  The Bride made a special request for our house made Carmelitas, a favorite for her sweet tooth. And rounding out the dessert table were tasty Key Lime and Apple Pies. 

Catering by Seasons Manager:  Misty Zani

VenueWoodlawn Manor

DécorPerfect Settings

PhotographerHeather Ryan Photography

One Response to “Plant Something and Watch it Grow”

  1. Chef And Cuisines

    Great information….

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