About Chic Eco Catering
Event planning with local creatives who offer a unique labor pool to streamline special occasions. In addition to specialty chefs, bartenders and servers — we provide designers, personal shoppers, stylists, nannies, entertainers — or just about any professional on Hawaiian islands sought.
From invitations to confetti, table settings and favors, ― Chic Eco offers the resources to create an earth-friendly, ethical and green wedding. Examples are innovative seed-embedded wedding invites and favors. Also stir your imagination by viewing our Events Pinterest Board below.
Hawaii is slowly coming along for legal cannabis edibles. See informative video for culinary uses.
Delia Montgomery, d/b/a Chic Eco, is a seasoned event coordinator from Kentucky with a competent and unique culinary background. Her learning bible has been Joy of Cooking. Interest began as a prep cook for a friend with a small gourmet and contemporary restaurant. While pregnant, she worked at home to bake a variety of fresh breads for their dinner table baskets. Delia followed her professional friend to become assistant chef for the Governor of Kentucky, John Y. Brown Jr. and his wife Phyllis George (former Miss America). Famed guests, such as Walter Cronkite, Kenny Rogers and Andy Warhol were frequent. In 1982 Delia created her own catering business, Cruisin' Cuisine, with the first Kentucky daily gourmet meal delivery service from a preset menu. She was the major shareholder, cook and business administrator, which entailed periodic special event catering up to 300 people. Cruisin' Cuisine was honored rave reviews but with economic downturns, shareholders agreed to close the doors and Delia gained corporate employment as assistant banquet chef and catering manager for Hyatt Regency Lexington. There she learned to prepare meals for up to 1,500 people. Delia also managed the food-side of fund-raising efforts 1974-1986 for Kentucky Educational Television and in 1994 she was director for a fund-raising campaign event featuring Willie Nelson to benefit the Galbraith-Hammond ‘95 state gubernatorial election. With an environmental platform, Gatewood Galbraith became Delia's mentor for the appreciation of organic foods and products. In 1997 she created her own business and after resting family matters, she left Kentucky for Hawaii early 2006.