Spring Wedding at Woodend Sanctuary
In late April, Jessica and David tied the knot at Woodend Sanctuary. We were honored to be part of their beautiful celebration.
Hors d’oeuvre included our signature sweet chili shrimp picks, beet-cured salmon atop potato latkes and lamb medallions with caramelized onions.
Custom details throughout the manor made the day even more special. Gold letters were placed above the mantel and floral coasters were an elegant and unique touch.
The outdoor ceremony was filled with the colors of spring. The grounds at Woodend were the perfect backdrop for this elegant spring wedding.
The couple cut the ceremonial challah before opening the dinner stations.
Guests enjoyed International flavors at the themed-stations. There was a Mediterranean mezze station with delicious vegetarian bites, a slider bar with crab cake, cheeseburger, and roasted portobello mushroom sliders, and to top it all off, an Asian fusion station with hoisin marinated flank steak, soba noodle salad, and our delicious edamame dumplings.
The custom wedding cake was perfect for this spring wedding, especially because Woodend is known as a bird sanctuary. The bride and groom cake toppers were the cutest love birds we’ve ever seen!
Just after the ceremony, a herd of deer meandered through the field curiously looking at the guests (much like another Woodend wedding from last year). A beautiful touch to a magical day for Jessica and David.
Congratulations and best wishes!
A special thanks to all of our fantastic vendors:
Catering Manager: Stefanie Lowery
Executive Chef: Eric Macedonia
Venue: Woodend Sanctuary
Photographer: Kimberly Haines
Catering by Seasons is great! We booked them for our wedding. Stephanie was so great with working with us on our desired budget.
Stefanie was such a huge help! Everything was smooth, she helped us find ways to cut costs and advocated for us with our venue.
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.