Aisle Style . Reception
Special notecards for that special message. Plus, cupcakes become a popular alternative, the pros share their favorite caterers and venues, locally made wines are perfect for your affair, and alternative reception sites.
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Industry pros spill on some of their favorite caterers and venues.
Who knows better than the other people who work weddings? Photographers and florists have seen it all. Here are a few of their faves.
Teresa Quill, owner
Quill’s Bunches, Greenville
Hotel du Pont, Wilmington The premiere wedding venue in the state pays unparalleled attention to detail. “They never miss a beat,” and they have an unprecedented and impeccable level of attention to details. The Wood Co., Wilmington: The house caterer for the Chase Center on the Riverfront prepares excellent food in a state-of-the-art kitchen. Excellent service in a beautiful ballroom.
Hotel Du Pont, Wilmington Ennis seconds the hotel as “second to none” for its appreciation of tradition and polished presentations, such as valet service. Deerfield Golf and Tennis Club, Newark Outstanding food, beautiful views, five-star service in the tradition of the finest hotels. The University and Whist Club, Wilmington An outstanding example of Victorian architecture that is “not as stuffy as one might think.”
Keith Mosher, owner-photographer
The Blue Moon, Rehoboth Beach Excellent food, gorgeous presentations and outstanding service, including coordination. Nage, Rehoboth Beach Unique food that can add flair to any reception menu. Fish On, Lewes Simple yet stylish food that appeals to all tastes.
Elizabeth Brodt, owner
Fleur-De-Lis Catering, Wilmington
Bixby’s Catering, Wilmington Owner Linda Bixby is easy to work with and very capable. She gets high marks for food and presentation. Prices are reasonable. Delivery is impeccable. —Mike Dodson
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