The cost of wedding catering varies according to how many guests are attending and the type of caterer you chose. The minimum spend per person for food is roughly £7, but the average is between £10 and £12. Pop-up bars cost between £10 and £20 per person for a wedding. Did you know that this kind of catering can cost up to 75% less than using a traditional caterer? (It’s also so much more unique!)
Vintage wedding catering
Having a vintage wedding is a delightfully timeless way to celebrate your marriage, whether it’s the roaring twenties, fifties rock and roll or the swinging sixties. When it comes to pulling off your wedding theme, don’t compromise on the catering, as we’ve got a whole host of caterers to beautifully accompany a vintage celebration of any era.
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Lace parasols and wild flowers in china teapots…
Vintage is a charming theme for your special day… elegant, fun and luxurious. The options are endless, from 1930s Art Deco table decorations, to 70s funk music, to the decadence of a Great Gatsby style wedding dress. Think quirky crockery, folding wooden chairs, bespoke cocktails served in cut glass, cheerful bunting strung over the aisle and an countless choice of wedding cars, like a classic Mini Cooper, a VW Camper or a Ford Zephyr. Feast It are here with caterers to blend seamlessly into your vintage celebration…
Love the 50s? Book Original Fry Up Material for scrumptious all day breakfast buns served from a vintage ambulance, or BOB’s Lobster for crayfish rolls and tuna tacos served from a gorgeous cream and red VW Camper. Having a beautiful turn of the century wedding? The delicate french treats from Jacques et Lilie could be the perfect dessert choice. Inspired by the 1940s British seaside? Look no further than The Ice Cream Box! We also have a number of mobile bars that were just made for vintage weddings. Those with a prohibition theme should book The Gin Craze, and Midsummer Nightcap is ideal for 1970s hippie chic.
We’ve hand-picked the most exciting gourmet street food caterers, all bookable for your event
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For some inspiration, have a look through our collection of over 300 tried and tasted street food caterers and pop-up bars, invited onto our platform for their eye-catching market stalls and food trucks, as well as their delicious food and drink. Tell us about your wedding by filling out our quick and easy enquiry form and your personal account manager will be in touch within 24 hours to discuss the big day, recommend caterers and to give you a quote. Your booking will be looked after by the same team member from start to finish, so that we can provide you with the most tailored service possible.
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Your chosen caterers will bring everything they need to your venue, which includes their truck or stall, their produce, the equipment they use and the containers that they serve their food and drink in. Don’t forget you can chat to your caterer using our online messaging system if you have any questions before the big day.
Absolutely. A number of the caterers on our platform have dairy free, gluten free, nut free, kosher, halal, vegetarian and vegan options on their menus, and many of them are specifically vegan and vegetarian. If you need any dietary requirements taken care of, just let us know when you enquire online so we can find the perfect caterers.
Our caterers have had plenty of experience serving their delicious food and drink both indoors and outdoors in a range of locations. The size of your space will determine what kind of truck or stall the caterers will serve from. When you make an enquiry, please let us know where you’d like your caterers to set up.
Both our food and drink caterers are real experts at getting their produce out quickly without compromising on taste or appearance, having worked on a number of big events like festivals and university balls.