Post # 1
I recently got married and had Cold Stone Creamery in Lockport cater our wedding reception. This is the store we always go to since it is in the town we live in but when I was picking out my flavors and toppings another bride was booking her engagement party and she lives in NorthBrook and they said it was no problem to cater an event that was alittle bit aways
I choose the option of having the ice cream sundae bar atation and everyone loved it! I was going to do the option of the portabkle frozen stoen that they would mix the ice cream and candy on just like in the store but the sundae bar was a little bit cheaper.
We had our whole wedding catered for way cheaper than our cake or a chocolate fountain would have cost. This Cold Stone in Lockport is pretty reasonable and did a beautiful job. My theme was fall with leaves and broze colors and they set their table up to match my theme for free!
At Christmas thats all my family could talk about was the sundae bar. I would go to this Cold Stone off 159th even if I moved away because they treated us so good. I couldnt decide on my flavors or she let em try all of them again and again and gave me really good suggestions.
We also had a Cold Stone Candy station setup with cold stone containers on the way out for people to et on the way home
Post # 3
wow thats cool. I didn’t know that they did that.
Post # 5
- Wedding: March 2012 - Marie Gabrielle
Ummmm that sounds delicious!!
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York
is there anyone in the world who doesn’t like ice cream! i’d be all over that!
Post # 7
that sounds like such a GREAT idea. I live in the chicago area…can you PM me the info and general pricing?
Post # 8
I am doing something similar with a local St. Louis shop (serendipity), I can’t wait…hope it turns out as great as yours!
Post # 9
We are hoping to get coldstones for some point during our wedding weekend, do you mind sharing approximate costs?
Post # 11
We are doing a ice cream station w/toppings as well! It’ll be through our caterer (it’s really not that expensive…it’s basically like buying a ice cream cone for all your guests.) I figure it’s fun, it’ll go great with the cake and it’ll be hot out! We’ll also be doing jello molds because my nieces & nephews LOVE jello. And I think all the kids will get a kick out of it!
I definitely won’t be bringing it out till the end after the cake cutting otherwise my niece & nephews will eat nothing else but jello. =D
P.S. Cold Stone is no longer in operation. At least in our area.
Post # 12
Because each Cold Stone is independantly owned, it is the owners discretion to offer catering. I think that if they have the capabilities they won’t turn down a sale, so check with your local Cold Stone to see what they can offer.
Post # 13
I am going to do a Sundae Bar with Marble Slab. I am soo excited! I know my guests will love it since it will be around 90 degrees outside the day of my wedding.