A wedding is supposed to be the biggest event of many people’s lives. Every detail goes down in preparation, from the lighting in the establishment to the decor for the dozens of guests. Preparation of the flower colors and the centerpieces are two of the most important details. A certain decision has to be made at some point, however: What will the guests eat?
For those that are just beginning to plan their wedding, food may not be the first concern. After all, there is the whole arrangement to think about: the venue, who to invite on the guest list, the people who will speak during the ceremony. The food remains, however, one of the most important parts of a wedding. Get the food right and people will enjoy themselves more.
For those looking to start the food preparation, there are things to co
In our fanciful generation, filled with spectacular event planning and catering like one of Great Gatsby’s parties, you can be sure that your wedding, bar mitzvah, baby shower, sweet sixteen, birthday party, or graduation will need the best ideas when it comes to decor and event catering. Imagine champagne towers, tea sandwiches, live music, hors d’ oeuvres and you’ve got yourself a perfect picture. However, surprisingly, more and more families and brides are searching for simplicity. The interesting part about simplicity is it takes a lot of effort to be simple.
It is thought that being simple has many appealing benefits: there is less of a risk of something going wrong, it should save money, it keeps everyone grounded, there is less event planning and catering involved. At least, this is
Good caterers are hard to find. You’re probably acutely aware of this now more than ever, as you shell out hundreds of dollars on the summer wedding circuit eating rubber chicken and dubious Greek fusion at many an ill conceived reception. If you’ve got a big event coming up and are in the market for outside catering services, consider running through this checklist before committing to a company:
1.Understand Your Event And How To Communicate Its Concept
This seems like a no-brainer, but is probably the most important part of the event planning and catering process. Often, we build our events around a theme and then pick the catering to fit within that theme–and some caterers are