Before you read, it’s important to note this post not sponsored. We loved our food vendors and wanted to show them some extra love.
When planning your wedding, vendors are key. Finding the right vendor can be tricky. Since our wedding took place in my hometown, we went with local vendors. Our second vendor we locked down, was Bourassa Catering.
Our Wedding reception was taking place on my parent’s lawn. Thus, we needed a vendor that would be able to work with more than one vendor. It’s important to inquire if one of your vendors works with other vendors or if they have recommendations they can give.Bourassa’s Catering worked with another vendor to provide the tent, tables, chairs, plates, dance floor, and pretty much everything else.
Bob wanted to meet us first. He said he liked to interview the couples and get to know them. We liked that. It showed us he was invested and wanted to work with good clients. From the beginning, we were open with our budget. Taking our likes and budget into consideration, they drew up a proposed plan and estimate.
They were fantastic. They were great about making adjustments with our updates. When making our budget, Fatima and I left a contingency in place in the event things ended up being more expensive then they were quoted. Bourassa Catering’s quotes for the other vendors we were working with were so close to the actuals – this made us happy. The last thing we would have wanted was for the actuals to come in way over budget.
On the day of the event, the entire team was helpful and friendly to everyone. This made our day that much easier by having one less thing to worry about.
If you’re looking for a food vendor in Connecticut, check out Bourassa Catering!