Hog Roast Irvinestown Had Brilliant Time At A Sunny Wedding!

After a week of nothing but grey skies and near-constant pouring rain (a.k.a. a typical week here in Northern Ireland!), the clouds finally cleared on Monday to reveal a bit of much-needed sunshine. And it was a good thing too, seeing as Michelle and Tom had chosen that day to tie the knot!

The pair had been anxiously waiting for the arrival of their big day for several months, and while they had planned ahead for rain by resolving to host their reception under the cover of one of our marquees, the splendid weather was a welcome surprise, which allowed them to capture some beautiful outdoor photos and enjoy the scenic grounds of the pastoral venue they had picked for the celebration.

Hog Roast Irvinestown While the couple exchanged vows and took in the breath taking sights early that afternoon, our Hog Roast Irvinestown team busily finished preparing the traditional wedding spread, which offered the guests a choice of either our classic hog roast with crackling, stuffing and applesauce, whole-roasted free-range turkey with sage butter, sage and onion stuffing and cranberry sauce or grilled vegetable skewers with tzatziki dip and flatbread. The crew had also whipped up a batch of our signature gourmet coleslaw, tomato and mozzarella salad, a classic Caesar salad and dauphinoise potatoes to accompany the mains.

By the time the newlyweds and their guests were ready to enter the marquee and tuck into the mouth-watering meal that had filled the entire venue with drool-inducing aromas, Hog Roast Irvinestown had completed the meal, which was presented as a buffet for the guests to help themselves. As the bride and groom, Michelle and Tom were the first in line to fill their plates with the delicious food, and the guests followed closely after.

We’re pleased to share that everyone was thoroughly impressed with the delicious food on offer, and after the guests had quenched their appetites with as much as they could eat of the main course, Hog Roast Irvinestown did the honours of slicing and dressing the three-tier wedding cake in fresh cream and ripe berries before serving it to the guests.