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Sara and Ari
Sunday, May 30, 2010 (189 guests)
Sara and Ari had a traditional Jewish ceremony at Venue SIX10, a LEED Certified building with a classic cool glass front and lavish views of Chicago. The wedding ceremony took place in the Lobby, an atrium soaring three-stories, with a unique white sculptural wall treatment. Wolfgang Puck Catering catered the reception, serving a three course seated dinner and passed hors d'oeuvres including Vegetable Spring Rolls and Mongolian Lamb Chops with Cilantro Glaze to 189 guests. Following dinner, guests enjoyed Petit Chocolate Truffle Cakes and Doughnuts with Assorted Dipping Sauces.
Photographed by David Wittig Photography
Aly and Brian
Saturday, April 9, 2011 (150 guests)
Aly and Brian's evening wedding at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia was accented by historic beauty and timeless elegance. Following the ceremony, guests were treated to a three course dinner prepared by Wolfgang Puck Catering in the Chinese Rotunda under a magnificent 90 foot dome. The tables were surrounded by the art of ancient China and decorated with branches covered in blossoms, giving a very romantic springtime feel.
"The caterers were incredibly flexible and creative and the food was absolutely amazing." - Aly
Photographed by JDN Photography
Kathryn and James
SONY PICTURES STUDIOS;
LOS ANGELES, CA
Saturday, April 30, 2011 (250 guests)
Kathryn and James danced the night away to a live band under romantic lights in the Commissary at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City. Wolfgang Puck Catering showcased an array of signature passed hors d'oeuvres featuring Spago's Spicy Tuna Tartare in Sesame Miso Cones and Miniature Crab Cakes with Herb Remoulade. The 250 guests took a trip to Italy with a delicious Tuscan themed buffet. Wedding attendees also enjoyed tray passed specialty beverages and a spectacular beer tasting bar.
Photographed by Tracey Landworth Photography
Kelsea and Ryan
SOUTH SHORE CULTURAL CENTER;
Saturday, May 29, 2010 (136 guests)
Kelsea and Ryan's wedding at the South Shore Cultural Center truly embraced the city of Chicago and the venue they chose. With their large wedding party of 130 guests the couple took a modern and romantic approach by showcasing the gorgeous venues attributes with minimal décor. Wolfgang Puck Catering fixed a decedent three course dinner featuring passed hors d’oeuvres, a dual first course, three entrée choices, and numerous bite size desserts, including Miniature Cupcakes and Miniature Meyer Lemon Tarts.
"The food was one of the most important things to us, and everything was perfect! It was just like what we tasted, and we have gotten countless compliments on how good the food was." - Kelsea
Photographed by Jeremy Lawson Photography