We are so fortunate to work with such great wedding professionals all over Maryland, DC, and Northern Virginia. Luckily for us, if we don’t have time to take photos of our food or our event setup, we can lean on talented photographers to share with us the final product of our months of event planning. Today we’re sharing one of our beautiful Cloisters Castle Baltimore weddings that we had the pleasure of catering for Kate and Brent. This lovely couple had a Baltimore wedding that made getting married during winter look good – really good. Every intricate detail was planned so well by the couple, and we were able to work with them to create a catered menu to tie the theme together. Thanks to Jennifer McMenamin Photography for sharing these gorgeous photos with us.
Of course, we have to start with telling you about this Cloisters Castle Baltimore Wedding catered menu that warmed up Kate and Brent’s guests.
Butler Passed Hors D’oeuvres
Buffalo Chicken Wontons with Blue Cheese Sauce
Asian Potstickers with Ginger Soy Sauce
Brie and Pear Canape with Raspberry Coulis
Roasted Garlic and Saffron Risotto Cakes with Sundried Tomato Aioli
Miniature Spicy Shrimp Tacos
Field Greens Salad with Dried Cranberries, Toasted Almonds,
Crumbled Feta Cheese, and Raspberry Vinaigrette
Boneless Breast of Parmesan Crusted Chicken with Basil Beurre Blanc
Marinated Flank Steak with a Chimichurri Sauce
Accompanied By Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Steamed Broccoli with a Garlic Butter Sauce
Baltimore Cakery’s Little Italy and Lady in Satin flavored Wedding Cake
The menu was delicious, but the decorations and small details are what made this wedding. Kate even had customized Father of the Bride cuff links for her father to wear that had a picture of her and her father from when she was a baby. How adorable is that?
Not to mention the centerpieces and place cards that were inspired by some of Kate and Brent’s favorite authors’ like J.D. Salinger, Shel Silverstein, and Leo Tolstoy. If the decorations were looking that good, you better believe the bride and groom were dressed to impress too. Brent and his groom’s men wore classic black suspenders and bow ties. Kate’s stunning wedding dress had the perfect touch of lace, which she paired with a vintage faux fur wrap for outdoor photos. I told you; they made getting married in the winter look good!
It was a pleasure catering this Cloisters’ Castle Baltimore wedding. Check out these photos from Jennifer McMenamin Photography to see all of the other personal touches from Kate and Brent’s wedding. Congratulations to this lovely couple!