As part of our endeavouring efforts to provide you with your own fantastic Polhawn Fort experience we feel it is only right to ‘share the love’ and introduce you to one of our recommended caterers, Miss Tea.
We have seen Miss Tea Catering first hand, creating their magic and getting it right time after time for our couples!
– Experience of working with couples at Polhawn Fort
I’ve been working at Polhawn for a number of years and have covered a diverse set of menus for a wide range of clients. It’s been a wonderful journey getting to know clients, now my friends, and it’s lovely to still be in touch with many of them.
My goals, well I’m really happy with the way things are and I plan not to change things for the foreseeable future. I think I’m good on unique service and the way in which I work with different menus all the time for each wedding keeps us fresh and excited in what we do.
My plans for the long term future (10 years plus and into retirement) are to change my business a little, still work within weddings but in a slightly different capacity, still food but with a little bit of theatre thrown in, I’m very excited about it!
Being a creative bunch, we love to help you with styling, sourcing those tricky items, thinking of new and exciting ways to make your wedding stand out. Be it rustic or themed, glamour or glitter!
Polhawn is a very special place for me as it was where I cooked for my very first wedding on 5th November 2011 for Martin and Charlotte. At that point my company was just around a year old and I had been doing private dining and parties and corporate stuff. I was so nervous about cooking in volumes I had about 3 thousand lists going on!! I wasn’t sure (when I took the job on) that I wanted to do wedding catering but I loved it so much and the clients were so happy they’ve booked me to do there 10 year anniversary on 5th Nov 2021.
I am now officially a wedding caterer and it is 90% of my business. Polhawn is such a gorgeous place, it’s amazing in the sun, rain, wind, fog and hail – I’ve done them all. It’s one of the hardest places to work, but it’s also one of the most rewarding. I love it, it’s where my love for being a wedding caterer started.