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If you're looking for a more relaxed alternative to the traditional three-course wedding breakfast, The Compasses at Pattiswick has the perfect solution.
Its popular afternoon tea served on vintage china offers delicate finger sandwiches and tasty savoury nibbles, followed by a selection of delicious cakes and treats. Alternatively, the more filling afternoon tea picnic fork buffet includes quiche, sausage rolls and satay chicken, with freshly made fruit scones, cream and jam.
Both options are served with tea and coffee and perfectly complement the romantically rustic vibe of the venue. Prices start from just £23.95 per head, making both a budget friendly option and an ideal catering choice for day guests who will be tucking into a hearty hog roast or barbecue in the evening. Gluten-free options are available.
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Unlike a national magazine, An Essex Wedding is packed with area specific features, venues in your area, inspirational real weddings and regular features on bridal fashion, beauty, photography, cars, stationery, flowers, cakes, music, entertainment, catering, hair & beauty, etc.
So when you decide to look for local suppliers, wedding retailers and service providers, our magazines can really help you plan your wedding.
We also have regular exciting competitions and giveaways, expert question & answer pages and lots more. Quite simply, all the information you will ever need to get married in your area.
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