FAQs and expert advice about catering

Here is a selection of Q&As from Your Glos & Wilts Wedding magazine whether it be about flowers, hair and makeup, fashion, wedding themes, health & beauty, cakes, stationery, legal advice. If you would like your question answered by our experts, please email it to editor@yourgloswilts.wedding


Party time pizza

Party time pizza

Q. We want something quirky and fun for our wedding catering, what do you suggest?

A. Rob Targett says: Who doesn't love pizza? Why not surprise your guests with delicious wood-fired pizzas made using organic ingredients served from a trailer? Our quirky horse trailer was bought, restored, and converted, and a huge wood-fired oven was installed. The trailer was finished at midnight on the day of our first wedding in 2022, which was a roaring success.

To cater for larger weddings, we've invested in a 1979 Mercedes-Benz truck that's packed full of retro charm and kerb appeal. It's large enough to turn into an outstanding pizzeria food truck on wheels and it waits to be restored and converted and added to the fleet for weddings later this year.

Rob Targett, Box Kitchen Pizza


Cool ways with crepes

Cool ways with crepes

Q. We want a fun, innovative way to feed our wedding guests, what do you suggest?

A. Caroline Taylor says: Sweet fillings on the menu include biscoff spread with milk chocolate and marshmallows and biscoff biscuit with banana, fudge and salted caramel sauce, plus the popular apple and blackberry crêpe served with brown sugar and cinnamon. We have been serving homemade granola pots with fresh berries, berry puree and greek yoghurt which can also be made for vegan guests – they're ideal for breakfast the morning after the wedding.

Savoury crêpes include Wiltshire ham and cheese; pesto, tomato, cheese and rocket and smoked salmon with cream cheese, dill and lemon. Duck with hoisin sauce, cucumber and spring onion or chicken with salsa, guacamole and cheese are other popular choices and so are the mini canapé-style crêpes, perfect for weddings, filled with Wiltshire ham and cream cheese, smoked salmon with lemon creme fraiche and brie with cranberry plus many more combinations. As well as vegan options, delicious gluten-free choices are also available.

Caroline Taylor, Caroline’s Little Kitchen