In Kenyan weddings they often say, if you serve the right food for your guests then you have earned their smiles. Considering how guests often come just in time for the reception ceremony, getting the wedding catering right will earn you loyalty points as a couple. A caterer will come in very handy in weddings that have over twenty invited guests.
Divine Caterers have diligently provided professional wedding catering services to the Kenyan market for the past four years. We are usually engaged for the better part of the year, a testimony to the quality of our services.
Your wedding catering service choice at Divine Caterers is mainly guided by which particular foods you want served at your wedding. This can be selected from a large menu that includes snacks such as meat balls, beef skewers and kebabs, mini pizzas, spring rolls, samosas, chicken skewers and wings and fish fingers as well as Nigerian, Indian, Kenyan, Brazilian and Italian cuisines.
Divine Caterers will customize your menu along the following lines:
For the other invited guests at the wedding, the buffet style of wedding catering is recommended. This allows them to queue up around the catering tents and get served by chefs from a large selection of food items. Guests can thus skip food items that they do not like or cannot eat
A la Carte
In order to avoid incurring unnecessary expenses that can result from having a large menu, a small custom menu from the available foods can be selected. Guests are reserved the freedom to choose the combination of foods they would like from the menu.
Divine Caterer’s a la carte service is preferable if you have fewer guests and want to have them served from their seats. In most weddings, this menu is preserved for serving the immediate family of the bride and groom, brides-maids and grooms-men.
2, 3 and 4 course meals
Multicourse meals are also available; and they entail several rounds of meals starting from lighter items and moving towards heavier ones. A two course meal for instance can include an appetizing snack such as a soup or sandwich followed by the main meal which includes foods such as beef, lamb, chicken, mukimo and rice.
A three course meal can include dessert which in most cases consists of fruits and juices. Multi-course meals can be served as either buffets or a la carte meals. You can reach Divine caterers on +254 723 501 214