Hizon's Catering Will Make Your Dream Events Come True

Don't get me wrong. I'm happy with my MARRIAGE now but not with the WEDDING then.
I thought it was a nightmare. I can barely look at the photos taken at the reception because none of the guests were smiling. Picture a horror movie setting.
It was in 2004 when I walked down the aisle, right after college. We had a traditional, Catholic wedding attended by only 50 guests. But I'm still wishing it happened in this era where you can easily get ideas on event planning right off the internet. I would definitely include those chalkboard signages and mason jars I often see in Pinterest if ever I get the chance again.
I didn't hire the services of a wedding organizer since it was not really the thing in the past. Or so I thought.
Plus, I fully believed that everyone, regardless of skill or experience, possesses some kind of organizing ability. So I took the courage ( bida-bidahan )in arranging the whole thing but I failed miserably.  A lot went wrong because I got caught up on what food they will serve and what the table decorations would look like. Food tasting prior the event was still nonexistent. I think I've lost a few pounds from all that stress, with a bit of sad tears on the side. It really pays to have a professional handle everything for you, taking the workload off your hands.

We were actually considering Hizon's Catering since a friend of mine suggested them to me. But I got terrified as I thought they will charge extra for the last minute booking, even though we had decent jobs then. So we just went through with the hotel catering services.
But please, don't make the same mistakes as I did. Go get professional help, with a great eye for detail, that will take all of the headaches that come with organizing an event.
Allow Hizon's Catering to achieve that dream event.
As I see it, most of the clients nowadays prefer Hizon's to take over. This is because the company provides various choices, from its affordable but quality food and services that cater also to the lower middle-market section.

Hizon’s Catering has been in business since 1987. Chances are you’ve attended an event they’ve catered for or you may have even hired them for your own celebration at some point. Name the occasion and Hizon’s Catering has been part of it. May it be personal milestones such as baptism, graduation, wedding, and anniversary.
“We invest a lot in developing the menu, in the preparation of the food, and in our equipment," guarantees Hizon’s Catering General Manager, Joseph Hizon.
"We make everything from scratch. As part of our culture, we don’t allow instant food and flavorings in our kitchens," he adds.

The biggest event they’ve handled had a whopping 15,000 guests but they can cater intimate get togethers of 50 persons as well. Menu packages start at P450 per person.
You want it casual, formal, or something in between?
Hizon’s Catering can execute it for you.
They can accommodate the meal service of your choice.
Buffet is quite popular but they also frequently do cocktails.
Sit down service is an option too.

“You get a lot for what you pay for, that’s what we’re known for, what we give you is of good value,” shares Joseph.
“We take care of everything. Aside from the usual food, tables, chairs and waiter service, we can also handle the amenities. These are the small things that you don’t want to bother with like the bridal car. If you’re looking for a hotel in the area, we can put that in the package too,”.

They have a team of event planners headed by Cheska Pineda and an event planner is assigned to every client to coordinate all the details, even the styling.
“We don’t mark-up on it, it’s like an added service,” he points out. Having to deal with just one person lessens the headache and makes all the difference.

Hizon’s Catering has recently showcased its versatility through a quadruple bash exclusively for bloggers. A different party occupied each of the four corners of Oasis Manila’s Pavilion.

The WEDDING was formal and featured an extensive buffet of soup, salad, and main course options plus a carving station.
Wedding Menu
Truffle Mushroom Soup
Peach Mango Salad with Candied Walnut and Smoked Salmon
Baked Fish Stuffed with Spinach and Tomato
Beef Salpicao with Grilled Vegetables and Mashed Potato
Chicken Sambal
Carving station:  Slow Roasted Beef with Hickory BBQ Sauce and Classic Mushroom Gravy
Thrice-Cooked Pork Belly with Cilantro Salsa

In contrast was the no-frills breakfast SEMINAR set-up which had a spread of omelette filling choices and a cooking station.
Seminar Menu
Omelette Cooking Station
Filling choices: mushroom, ham, cheese, tomato, onion, bell pepper, 
bacon, shrimp, olive, chicken pesto, spinach
Bread (Baguette/Focaccia)

Appealing to the child in all the guests was the circus-inspired look of the kiddie party matched by a menu of finger food that suit the palate of tiny tots.
Children’s Party Menu
Bacon-wrapped Cocktail Hotdog with Sweet BBQ Sauce
Fries with Thousand Island Dressing
Mini Pizza
Red Velvet Cupcake
Juice bar: Lychee/Cucumber/Blue Lemonade

It was all glam at the AWARDS NIGHT section where hor d’oeuvres were passed around by waiters and a dessert spread was laid out to the attendees.
Awards Night Menu
Tempura Roll
Argentinian Steak Canape
Candied Bacon Canape
Tomato and Basil Confit in Skewers
Crispy Beef Ssam Fresh Spring Roll
Smoked Salmon Caviar Crème Pop
Dessert bar: Vanilla Creme Brulee, Sunken Island, Peach Egg Tart, 
Flourless Chocolate Cake, Mango Vanilla Pana Cotta
All the dishes were whipped up by the kitchen team headed by chef Simon Dayrit. Event styling was by Drew Menor. The four events provided a glimpse of how Hizon’s Catering can make your dream event happen. 

Hizon’s Catering always goes the extra mile to make your dream event happen. They even help those who are not their clients!
Through their website, they are able to share their expertise with everyone.
If you log on to www.hizonscatering.com and access the blog section, you will find tips for different types of parties, from conceptualization to implementation. The website also contains a list of churches and event venues, with photos and basic information about each.

For more information, visit www.hizonscatering.com.
You may also email info@hizonscatering.com or call (02) 9250103 / (02) 9250107.

The event was made possible with the support of :

  • Oasis Manila
  • Advent Light and Sounds
  • Sentimental Groove Band
  • Bars Datiles Design Props
  • Star Balloon
  • Enzuno Cakes
  • The Photoman
  • Keon Salon
  • Jerome Yu LED Projector
  • Myra Lorenzo who emceed the program.

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