Recognized for setting the wedding standard in the Lowcountry since 1979, Hamby Catering & Events has developed wedding catering into a time-tested art form. Your wedding day is one of the most important days in your life, and it's important to assemble a team of professionals that will put you at ease and make the planning process what it should be - fun! Whether your venue is sprawling plantation, an historic home or a waterfront locale, our event producers will create a unique wedding celebration that reflects your vision.
Our Executive Chef John Brunski, and the entire Hamby culinary team, strives to provide each client with cutting edge catering featuring the latest techniques and finest preparation methods. Along with the culinary team, our service staff are dedicated to making your wedding day run smoothly, delivering a fabulous, enjoyable wedding experience. Incredible food and amazing service are two things that you and your guests will remember most from your wedding.
Hamby is also happy to work with your wedding planner, or directly with you and your family, to handle wedding details limited to menu planning and service only. We can help as much or as little as your special day requires!
We would never had been able to enjoy the reception so much without all your work. Megan, you
were exceptional! We received so many compliments on the food and decor. It was a pleasure working with
Hamby and if the opportunity arises, Hamby will be my first choice in catering.
~ Lois (May 2013)
Always, ALWAYS a pleasure to work with Hamby Catering! A team of professionals. They take care of the
event from conception to execution with fine attention to detail. I have seen them again and again cater to
the preference of the most important woman of the day, the BRIDE!
~ Sanctuary Hall and Gardens (Venue)
Hambys took care of everything - planning, catering, rentals and execution. I could not have been more pleased
and Leah was great. She handled everything and made wonderful suggestions. The rehearsal dinner was at the Courtyard
at the Gibbes Museum of Art and all the guests could not have been more complimentary of the true Lowcountry
~ Judy (Oct. 2012)