What We Do

 

We are a full-service catering and event planning company working in the Delaware Valley for thirty years. We serve dinners in private homes, our homes Pomme and Parque, in parking lots,  in warehouses, corporate centers, tents in fields

We assist with logistics, vendor recommendations, design ideas, floor plans. We will do anything we can to help you plan your event exactly as you’ve imagined it. Top to bottom. Start to finish. We’re your ally. We’re your support. We’re your go-to. We’ve got your back.

PERSONAL ATTENTION

As boutique caterers, we customize, we hand-tailor, we craft your event from start to finish. No cookie-cutting or cutting corners for us.  Maybe you have a secret passion for meatballs. Maybe your client only likes Rhone wines. Maybe you hate garlic. Maybe you have no idea what you want.

We on the Peachtree team promise you’ll never feel as if you’re just one client of many. Bring your spirit and your unique vision (or your confusion!)  to us and we’ll listen. We’re great listeners. You’ll feel catered to in every way.

PROFESSIONALISM

The polish of silverware, the polish of fine service. There are details too numerous to mention in this industry- the way the linens drape, the glasses align, the lights dim- all of it matters. It matters immensely. People take note when things are just so. Hors d’oeuvres are plentiful,  plates are cleared quickly, coffee is freshly brewed (French press, in fact.)

In short, when the doors open and the guests arrive, you’ll know it will all be taken are of. You won’t have to worry about a thing, because you’ve chosen the best. Peachtree.

SPIRIT

We’ve chosen this career and this industry because we love it. This isn’t just a hobby, it’s what we do day in and day out. It’s our passion, our livelihood, our baby. When you hire us, you have us heart and soul. We’re a company filled with people who will do anything they can to deliver the most amazing event you can dream of. We promise.

“If time, so fleeting, must like humans die, let it be filled with good food and good talk, and then embalmed in the perfumes of conviviality.” — MFK Fisher