Our grazing tables are becoming more and more popular. Here are some photos of table we did at Wellington Museum for a awesome customer.
We’ve finally moved to our new office and showroom at 4 / 69 Kaiwharawhara Road - its at the base of the Ngaio Gorge Hill Road. Pop in and say hi, or look around the showroom if you’re interested in looking at some of the equipment we hire out for events through our sister company; Wellington Event Hire (www.wellingtonhire.co.nz).
We’re busy at NOSH with the World of Wearable Arts festivities. Lots of great functions with some great clients. We were so excited when Air NZ asked us to cater their WOW party. We managed to take a couple of photos of just some of the canapés made for them. I hope they loved it.
Cheese scones and blueberry muffins are always a popular selection for morning tea. NOSH bakes everything fresh on the day of your catering (unlike others!). $3.50 + gst.
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A selection of Petit Fours for our client last night. Petit Fours are a great idea for a dessert where your guests can enjoy a small taste of many different desserts.
Grazing tables are becoming more and more popular. They look spectacular and always get a great response from guests. NOSH uses its own stylish trestle table that is designed for 100 guest grazing table. If you're interested in a grazing table for your next event, please contact us - we'd love to help.
Most Wellingtonians will know the amazing Prefab cafe located on Jessie street (map) - famous for their coffee and bakery in their beautiful cafe. However, many might not know that they have an amazing space out the back of their property that they let out for events and functions. We were delighted when they approached us to partner with them to provide catering and event management services for there space. We're looking forward to working with Prefab and offering this venue to our clients.
We were delighted to cater for a special event for David Jones department store today. We supplied beautiful canapés and a special donut hand crafted by our pastry chef. They were a big hit. Thanks for asking us David Jones :-)
There’s no pressure quite like that of planning a work function. Whether organising corporate events is a regular part of your job, or you just got “lucky” this time, it’s nerve-wracking to set up a business party or event under the watchful eye of management and colleagues. Keeping a few basics in mind as you arrange for corporate catering and other details, is crucial.
Set the Tone
Find out what your supervisor hopes to achieve with the event. Sometimes the goal is obvious, as with a laid-back holiday party or a corporate retreat in an outdoorsy setting. But if there will be workshops or other business components to the event, you’ll need something that has both dining and working spaces. Focusing on specifics like a formal vs. casual mood will help as you plan the event and create the invitations.
Consider Venue Options
If your company’s event is going to be offsite, your location choices are probably much larger than you realise. In the Wellington area alone, event venues range from a whimsical outing at the Wellington Zoo to a magical function at Begonia House. Need to keep things a tad more work-focused? A wealth of local hospitality suites and event halls in Wellington deliver both style and substance.
Compare Catering Styles
Corporate events all have specific needs. Yours might require discrete boardroom table dining. Or you may be looking to wow potential clients with a cutting-edge tapas menu that best represents your modern style. >
With so many potential moods that can be evoked through catering style alone, it’s crucial to hire a caterer that specialises in meeting the most specific and exacting needs. Whatever the catering style you’re seeking for corporate events in the Wellington area, NOSH has the expertise to tailor our menu and services to your corporate catering needs.
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