In our industry, it’s impossible to execute an incredible event without the help of other dynamic vendors. In our Vendor Features, we learn more about the people who we love to work with event after event, and year after year. Next up is Marley Alig, Director of Catering and Facility Sales at Brûlée Catering.
Marley Alig has been in the event industry for 10 years, and has spent the last 5 of them with Brûlée Catering as their Director of Catering and Facility Sales.
Brûlée Catering, by Chef Jean-Marie Lacroix, is the region’s premier catering company serving the greater Philadelphia area and all New Jersey shore points. Their team embodies decades of experience providing catering services to an impressive list of social, corporate, and institutional clients, and serves extraordinary food at over 4,000 events each year.
They cater at the location of your choosing or at one of the Philadelphia region’s landmark buildings where they’ve earned exclusive caterer status. These exclusive venues include the Museum of the American Revolution, Moulin at Sherman Mills, Please Touch Museum at Memorial Hall, National Constitution Center, Free Library on the Parkway, Independence Visitor Center, Independence Seaport Museum, and more!
Brûlée’s experienced team works with you to craft menus unique to your needs, ensuring no detail is overlooked. They cater all types of occasions, for groups which range in size from 10 to more than 11,000.
I was able to sit down with Marley to ask her a few questions… check it out!
What makes Brûlée Catering stand out next to companies like it?
We make EVERYTHING and our chefs work hard to make sure everything is perfect about your menu.
What has been your favorite event in your career?
Temple Hospital’s 125th Anniversary Gala in 2017 with Patti LaBelle as the headliner
Do you play any instruments?
Violin, piano, voice
Favorite Wedding Month?
What is your Best Advice for Potential Clients?
Hire professional help
What is your Zodiac Sign?
What wedding trends are you loving?
The Return to Classic – The traditional, elegant dinner party wedding is back in fashion. “For example, think of the special elements in your grandmother’s dining room—silver candlesticks, monogrammed linen napkins, Battenburg lace overlays, and crystal stemware all have a place in this beautiful and timeless wedding trend.
What wedding trends are you ready to see go away?
Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?
I was a vocal performance major my first 2 years in college and have studied voice classically for 20 years
Show us some photos of your work!
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