Your Yorkshire Wedding - May/June 2023 (Issue 60)

 MEET: Hannah’s Kitchen “Located in Leeds but happy to travel, I offer afternoon teas with beautiful vintage china,” says Hannah Andrews. “I also provide cold buffet catering with a focus on locally sourced produce where available. Couples looking for delicious food should try me! I also have an option to add contemporary dishes for a twist on the traditional.” Top tip “Go with someone you can work with. You will spend quite a bit of time liaising with your wedding suppliers, so a good working relationship will make this easier.” MEET: The Beverley Pizza Company “Based in Beverley and Malton, we offer stone-baked woodfired pizzas from our converted horseboxes,” says Kerry Grayburn. “We started in 2018 with one horsebox, and due to demand now have three! A family-run business, we accommodate all clients’ individual needs, and we also handle everything in a professional and friendly manner.” Top tip “Do your homework, asking venues for recommendations as they’ll know who and who not to work with. Shop around for prices, too – you’ll be shocked how much they vary!” MEET: Where The Ribbon Ends “Located near Ripon, we create wedding cakes, bespoke favours and dessert platters, all personalised for your occasion,” says Gayle Hussan. “As a family run business, we have years of experience, creating bespoke cakes with incredible detail. We are extremely passionate, and love creating what can only be described as edible works of art.” Top tip “Trust is vital. That’s why we invite you to our studio to discuss all your plans, so you’re truly confident we’re the cake maker for you.” 52