Raleigh Wedding Catering

As you’re planning your wedding, your rehearsal dinner, your wedding reception or dinner? Be sure to get a quote from 39 West Catering. Our team has been catering weddings in Raleigh for over 20 years, with hundreds of thank you notes from delighted families.

How can we help you?

Our Wedding Menus are here.

You can reach us at 919-533-0145.

Let’s explore a few wedding venues in Raleigh where you can bring your own caterer.

Will You Be Having Your Ceremony and Reception at the Same Venue?

Do you want a venue where you can have your ceremony and then your reception? Everything in one location? All-in-one?

Or will you have your wedding in one location and then travel to another location for the reception?

Here is a list of some of Raleigh’s all-in-one wedding venues.

All-in-One Wedding Venues in Downtown Raleigh

An all-in-one wedding venue is a location where you can have your wedding and your wedding celebration all in one location. No extra driving. No guests getting lost en route to the reception. No extra traffic to worry about. Once everyone arrives, everyone can stay.


Raleigh’s Haywood Hall before a wedding on a late April day.

Haywood Hall, 211 New Bern Place in downtown Raleigh

Historic Haywood Hall can seat up to 150 guests outdoors, with a garden space that can accommodate 300! With ten hours of access for your day you have plenty of time for your celebration! (Your caterers and helpers will have plenty of time for set-up and clean-up.)

All Saints Chapel, 110 South East Street in Raleigh

The charming All Saints Chapel is an historic site, with an open floor plan and 18 foot ceilings, stained glass windows and beautiful woodwork. All religious denominations are welcome for your wedding ceremony. Though the site was a church, it is no longer a church property. Capacity is up to 200 guests, and there are several locations for your reception.

Inside St. Mark’s Chapel, through the open door, we could see the bride and groom and their bridal party. Outside, a chalkboard with the names of the bride and the groom.

St. Mark’s Chapel, Mordecai Historical Park, 1 Mimosa St, Raleigh

Mordecai Historic Park was once the site of the largest plantation in Wake County. Use of this historic chapel includes a small changing room, and the park grounds. While the grounds are available between 10 am and 11 pm, events must take place within an eight hour period.

The Little Herb House, 5800 Holland Church Road, Raleigh

This special venue has gardens, fountain, lit pergola, an authentic barn, and pastures where you can have a wide open wedding. So you’ll have many settings choices to work with. You’ll find room for hundreds of guests.

You can also consider The Stockroom at 230, Market Hall and Merrimon-Wynne House in downtown Raleigh.

There are so many more venues that we’ve worked with, and we will be adding them to our list as soon as we can. If you’d like to recommend one in Raleigh, email us.

39 West Wedding Catering in Raleigh

Have a look at our Wedding Menus. Download a copy from the links at the bottom of the page. Have a special menu you want, talk to us? We can do just about anything! We’ve even trained with a bride’s mother-in-law to cook the family recipes for the wedding dinner!

Call us with any questions 919-533-0145, we’re here to help. Or send us a note with our Contact form.

We’re 39 West Catering. Providing delightful service is what we do. Our team has over 20 years of catering experience. We know catering. We love being part of making your wedding day a delight in every way. Let us cater for you.