#binspired

Once a month Bigday Catering attend a function called Inspired. What happens is a different speaker will come in and speak about a different topic each month which will inspire them to do these certain topics. Last night we catered for this function at the new venue of http://stonetime.co.uk/ in the beautiful showroom. Bigday provided [...]

Eat. Drink. Palazzo.

Bigday Catering will normally 9/10 have a wedding at the weekend, however on the odd occasion we don’t, some of us will work in the partner restaurant. This time I was the lucky one who got to work! Palazzo in Royston, Herts is a well known restaurant that has an excellent reputation. The menu is [...]

Preparation for Christmas

In the past December has been the most popular month to get married. We are catering a couple of winter weddings in the next few weeks including warming reception drinks of winter Pimms served with hot treats served beside the log fire in local stately homes such as Antsey Hall, Cambridge. The weather at this [...]

Wedding Tastings Galore

Bigday Catering had a weekend full of wedding tastings. On Sunday lots of brides and grooms came to Palazzo, Royston accompanied by other members of their bridal party to taste their potential wedding breakfasts. 1/ We started the day with a traditional three course option and also a range of canapés such: Apple and foie [...]

Congratulations Mr and Mrs Williams

Saturday 6th August 2011 Bigday catered for Kayleigh Tucker and Steven Williams wedding at Anstey Hall, Cambridge. Bigday Catering is a preferred caterer at this venue. Kayleigh is actually a friend of mine, who happens to be part Italian. She is therefore a big fan of our restaurant, Palazzo in Royston, Hertfordshire. Having chosen an [...]

A Bigday week

Last week was a busy one for Bigday catering, which seemed to sum up most of July. Our week started on Monday with the usual clear down from the weekend before and lots of paper work and enquires to work on in the office. On Tuesday we catered a funeral at Anstey Hall in Cambridge. [...]