In the latest issue of Brides of Oklahoma, we were thrilled to give our readers a peek inside the kitchen with the top Oklahoma wedding caterers! Captured by Picturesque Photos by Amanda, this inside look at the amazingly talented chefs and the delicious dishes they prepare is such a treat and will definitely leave your mouths watering! We’re wrapping our spotlight profiles today with Oklahoma wedding caterer Chef Micaiah (Mac) Johannes from Rococo Catering! Flip to page 237 in the Spring/Summer 2018 issue to meet even more of our preferred Oklahoma wedding caterers.
Chicken saltimbocca roulade with fresh steamed haricot verts and roasted heirloom tomatoes atop a red wine demi glace
We offer different culinary flair to all of our dishes, from Asian to French, East coast to West coast. Anything you need, we will make it delicious for you!
What is your signature dish? Rococo Crabcake!
What advice do you have for brides who are trying decide between a sit-down vs. buffet style meal? It’s important to know what style you are looking for when it comes to your wedding. Are you looking for traditional and elegant, or would you like to have a fun party where your families and friends mingle and get to know each other? No matter what, catering is the perfect accompaniment to the event. If you have nothing else to talk about, you will talk about the food!
Do you offer menu tastings? Absolutely! I love doing tastings for two reasons – I get to showcase some of our delicious appetizers or entrees, and I get to meet the bride in person. It’s much easier to discuss your wedding face-to-face and get to know the bride and her ideas, than it is just to talk over the phone or email.
Do you have a set menu or do you offer custom menus? We do have a catering menu, but we love doing custom menus. If we have a bride on a budget, we can offer custom menus to best fit that vision at what’s affordable to them and what they expect.
What advice do you have to offer brides and grooms? Deep breath… I know there is a lot to planning a wedding, but you can have a lot of fun doing it too! Get to know your vendors, check in with them regularly, and if anyone offers you help, you take it!