Unique wedding reception at Junipero Serra Museum, San Diego.

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On that beautiful day of August, our bride and groom just chose the greatest place to get wed! The Junipero Serra Museum is full of charm and perfectly reflects historic San Diego!

Around 150 guests were invited to the venue to witness the union of our couple. The ceremony took place on site in the middle of the afternoon. During that time, your San Diego wedding catering team ran all over the place; so that each detail could be taken care of!

Around 5pm, everybody came to the reception, back from the ceremony. Therefore, cocktail hours eventually started with some nice tray pass wine, served by your San Diego wedding catering staff.

For an hour, all guests got the chance to enjoy a few drinks, waiting on the dinner to be served by San Diego wedding caterer, Eco Caters. Also, some Hors d’Oeuvres were tray passed, such as the tasty grassfed beef slider with smoked cheddar and caramelized onion, the Camembert shooter and asparagus; and at last, the melon basil skewers cooked with pistachio oil.

Then, San Diego wedding caterers served their well-known wild arugula salad, accompanied by some peaches, nectarines, some Chevre cheese and a nice apple cider vinaigrette.

As main dishes, San Diego wedding catering and our couple chose to go with a few options, which were beef, seafood and vegetarian; so that everyone would be pleased for sure.

The chef plated the tasteful porter marinated Tri-Tip and served it with some green peppercorn sauce, roasted garlic potatoes and some grapefruit scented asparagus. The seafood plate featured some grilled Mahi mahi, with cilantro jalapeno oil and grilled scallion, some mango rice and micro greens. At last, San Diego wedding caterer chose to work with the polenta lasagna dish, accompanied with some grilled fennel, some squash and homemade ricotta, as a vegetarian option.

All guests enjoyed the reception and all the options that were available. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information regarding our menus.

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