Meet Shona, our Wedding Coordinator.
Shona has been our Wedding Coordinator at Posh Nosh for four years, and works primarily in the office dealing with all of our wedding couples, putting together their proposals, operations sheets and developing their menu.
Shona has worked with over 400 couples throughout her career. She is very passionate and enthusiastic about each individual couples and their plans, and loves putting together proposals to reflect their style and requirements.
- Tell us a little bit about what you like to do outside of Posh Nosh?
I live in Bangor with my husband, Rafal, and our cat Nala. In my spare time, I am an active member of my local gym and I enjoy (attempting! ) cooking at home, and trying new recipes. For a large part of my life, I ate very bland, uninteresting food, so I am enjoying discovering more about food and trying new things both in work and at home!
What is your favourite Posh Nosh dish?
There are so many! Tolson’s homemade Gin & Tonic Sorbet has to be up there in the top faves, as well as our Smokey Pancetta and Leek Cream. My overall favourite has to be the Study of Butternut Squash starter – so yum, and it looks like art on a plate!
- What is your funniest Posh Nosh memory?
Well one thing that is quite amusing is that clients always think Jade and I are sisters – even when she is from Manchester and I am from here! I don’t know if this is quite a Posh Nosh memory, but one of the main things I always tell my clients is to make sure they eat plenty on their day and to ensure that they make time for it. On my own wedding day during the photos, I was so hungry I began to faint, much to the photographer’s shock! I just remember our Front of House Managers, Philip and Sean, running over with a big basket of Canapes and forcing me to sit down and eat Ulster Frys on a Stick whilst they scolded me!!
4.What is your favourite Posh Nosh memory?
I am going to have to copy Jade on this one and say definitely, the day we served the Queen in June 2014. I remember my hands absolutely shaking with nerves as I walked across the floor of City Hall to serve her starter! It was such an amazing, surreal day and one I will be sure to tell my grandchildren about!