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Create a Successful Farm-to-Table Wedding at Anthony Wayne House

Anthony Wayne House creates the perfect atmosphere for Farm-to-Table weddings in the Philadelphia area.

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From welcoming your guests to the historic house to the landscaped outdoor space available for ceremony, cocktails, and lawn games. Anthony Wayne House's new tent with clear ceilings will let your guests literally dance under the stars. Jeffrey Miller Catering (JAM), our exclusive caterer, focuses on fresh ingredients from local farms like Weavers Way and Rodale Farms. They customize every menu and can create dishes that come right from the farm to your guests' plate.

Letting your event planner from JAM Catering work with you on your menu and picking seasonal items that fit your style is the best way to create the Farm-to-Table wedding reception feel.

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Seasonal and homemade is key. Serving the freshest produce possible during the summer months, like heirloom tomato, watermelon and feta salad or serving house made parker house rolls in cast iron skillets. In the winter, keeping it simple -- hot apple cider in copper pots served to your guests as they arrive, and gingered carrot soup as an appetizer says farm fresh.

Farm-to-Table decor can be rustic to say, farm and elegant, to say wedding at the same time. Anthony Wayne House has just added custom built farm tables made out of recycled barn wood. This gives the ultimate Farm-to-Table style for your Philadelphia area wedding. From your signature drink set on rustic vegetable boxes and paper straws to your guests dining farm style on long tables as opposed to typical rounds. Adding hay bales covered with quilts for your guests to rest is a fun touch. Our tent also has mason jar lights hanging from the ceiling, providing a country ambiance.

Posted by Anthony Wayne House on 08/01/2014

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