Micro Weddings – everything you need to know
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by rossandross
2w ago
A small phrase with a lot of meaning. Micro weddings by definition are small and intimate weddings with guest numbers ranging from 5 – 30 guests. They still hold the same traditional format, but on a much smaller scale, usually feeling a lot more relaxed and shorter in length than a standard wedding. Once above the 30-guest mark, it would become and intimate wedding, which usually ranges from 30 – 70 guests. There are so many reasons to opt for a micro wedding, these are the top 5 reasons to persuade you if you’re considering one! Endless Memories It goes without saying that your wedding day ..read more
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Tasting Sessions
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by rossandross
2M ago
      Planning a wedding menu is possibly one of the most crucial yet daunting tasks and with an abundance of choice coming to a decision is definitely not easy! Its particularly difficult to envision your wedding menu without seeing or most importantly tasting those all-important dishes, this is where a tasting session comes into play. As a luxury wedding caterer in the Cotswolds, we are on hand to assist you in determining your dream wedding menu. Whether you desire a traditional, elegant 3 course plated dinner, or an abundant family feast sharing style menu, Ross and Ros ..read more
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Spring tablescape trends
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by rossandross
4M ago
For a spring wedding, you’ll want to capture the fresh, vibrant essence of the season, whilst infusing your décor with elements that reflect the beauty of nature in bloom. Whether you prefer an elegant and sophisticated approach or a playful and whimsical aesthetic, there is an abundance of ideas when it comes to spring weddings and lots of unique styling options for this enchanting season. Here are 7 ideas to help you bring the radiance of spring to your wedding! BOTANICAL ELEGANCE Embrace the natural beauty of the spring season by incorporating an abundance of fresh botanicals into your tabl ..read more
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A Culinary Journey: Reflecting on a Year of Celebrations with Ross and Ross Events in the Cotswolds
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by rossandross
4M ago
As the year draws to a close, we at Ross and Ross Events are filled with gratitude for the incredible journey we’ve shared with our cherished clients ,suppliers and staff. 2023 has been a year of exquisite celebrations, luxurious affairs, and culinary wonders that have left an indelible mark on the 2023 wedding season. Together we have accomplished  375 Tasting Sessions and 398 Events feeding an approximate total of  32 thousand mouths  (staff lunches at the unit and supplier meals not included!). We have also expanded our premises and grown our team inviting the lovely Fay into ..read more
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Elevating Your Event Experience – The Importance of Choosing Local Independent Producers
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by rossandross
4M ago
Planning a wedding is a monumental task and every detail plays a crucial role in creating the perfect day. One decision that significantly impacts the overall experience is choosing the right suppliers. We endeavour, where we can, to opt for local & independent producers as their care and attention to detail is second to none. These professionals are often not just suppliers; they are artisans who take pride in crafting a gastronomic and unique experience. From artisanal cheeses, locally sourced meats and vegetables, sourdough bread and delicious baked treats to naturally grown flowers and ..read more
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A Luxurious Vegan Journey: Ross & Ross Events Takes on Veganuary in the Cotswolds
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by rossandross
5M ago
Luxury and veganism may seem like an unlikely pair, chefs and veganism may seem like an unlikely pair but we love testing the boundaries.  Last year we created three fully vegan weddings (see some example dishes below) and catered for hundreds of vegans and in 2024, this looks set to increase .  We are on a mission to ensure that all wedding feasts – including those which are vegan – are made up of masterpiece dishes, crafted with precision and passion, using only the finest ingredients.  This means that our plant-based offerings need to be as delicious-sounding and tasting as ..read more
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Christmas Tablescape Ideas
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by rossandross
5M ago
When planning a Christmas themed wedding, it’s important to create a centrepiece that infuses the festive spirit whilst harmonizing with the overall wedding décor. At Ross and Ross, we have witnessed some exceptional nodes to Christmas during those special days that fall close to the festive period, so here are some of our favourite Christmas themed centrepieces that add a seasonal charm to your wedding celebrations. EVERGREEN ELEGANCE AND RUSTIC CHARM Start with rustic trestles, with a chiffon table runner to set the foundation of your tablescape. Incorporate elements of lush evergreen foliag ..read more
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Simplifying Your Christmas Dinner – Tips and Tricks from the Chefs at Ross & Ross Events
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by rossandross
5M ago
Preparing Christmas dinner can be a joyous but challenging task. To ease the stress and boost your festiveness, consider these tips inspired by our chefs: 1. Plan Ahead with Precision Start your Christmas dinner preparations well in advance. Create a mental or written timeline, noting when each dish needs to be prepared and cooked.  Chutneys and Mincemeat can be made now and will improve over time.  Sauces can be made now and frozen until needed.  Stuffing, cauliflower cheese, spiced red cabbage and pastry can all be made a couple of days before and the vegetables prepped the n ..read more
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How to break down your wedding catering costs
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by rossandross
9M ago
What’s the budget? As one of the largest parts of your wedding, catering costs can totally add up quickly. Don’t know what to expect or what you’re paying for? Most people don’t! As caterers we don’t often share all the teeny tiny details that we pull together for your big day, but here is an insight as to what those costs might entail. The Food Obviously, it goes without saying that the price you pay per head covers the costs of all the necessary ingredients to create your chosen feast. Generally, these costs don’t tend to fluctuate too often, but with the cost of living going up, so does the ..read more
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Venue Spotlight – Birtsmorton Court
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by rossandross
9M ago
Birtsmorton Court, nestled into the beautiful countryside, is a venue that prides itself on bringing a different experience to your wedding day. With something new lurking round every corner, Birtsmorton has a vast variety of space for you to utilise for your special day. Licensed for civil ceremonies in 3 different locations, Birtsmorton has one of the best selections to choose to officially tie the knot! The church of St Thomas of Canterbury, with St Peters and St Pauls is nestled within the heart of the stunning grounds. With space for up to 115 guests, the glistening stain glass windows an ..read more
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