Wedding Help: Finding The Right Caterer

Posted on: 26 October 2018

The catering you choose for your wedding really sets the tone for the whole event. It says a lot about you, your spouse, and your families. Instead of just accepting whatever caterer is the first to say they can help, maybe consider these few factors so that you can find the right caterer for you. 1. Connections It is amazing what kind of deals you can find when you have a simple connection.
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Give Your Dinner Group A New Experience

Posted on: 21 March 2018

Are you part of a dinner group? Perhaps it's one where you each get to take a turn deciding what or where you're going to eat. Is your turn to select a dining experience coming up soon? If so, from planning a Hawaiian Haystack dinner right at your own dining room table to selecting a Mediterranean restaurant, here are some ideas that might help the dining experience with your friends be one that they will remember for a long time.
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Weird, Wild, And Wonderful Ways To Wrap Wine For Gift-Giving

Posted on: 30 May 2017

The perfect gift for practically any occasion is a good bottle of wine. Put your own personal stamp on the gift with some unexpected and unconventional wraps that will make the gift even more special. Depending on the occasion, consider some of these unconventional ways to gift a bottle of wine: In a sock. Buy a pair of bold, colorful socks to enhance your bottle of wine. Simple slide a knee-sock over the bottle, and tie the open-end in a knot at the top.
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Ways To Make Your Wedding Food More Memorable

Posted on: 15 May 2017

These days, many couples are moving away from the traditional wedding fare of chicken, beef, or fish, and doing something a bit more interesting and memorable with their wedding catering. You can make every part of a wedding memorable for your guests, including the food you serve. Choose Your Station One trend is to have food stations instead of serving a plated, sit-down meal. This allows more variety in the food and makes it possible to serve the favorite cuisines of both the bride and the groom, even though they don't necessarily go together.
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