Wednesday, 19 December 2018 18:16

Wedding Catering: The Family-Style Wedding Dinner

What may seem novel in a world of food stations and buffet lines, the family-style wedding reception actually has a long history (as told in art).

The bar at your wedding should make everyone happy. So the details of what to serve when can go a long way to ensure the joy lasts from start to finish.

Tuesday, 02 October 2018 22:47

The Smorgasbord: Buffet-Style Weddings

Celebratory feasts with large tables filled with a great variety of foods have pleased revelers for centuries. Is it the right choice for your wedding?

People love to discover new areas with surprisingly chic places to party. El Segundo is now that place, and Smoky Hollow Studios doesn’t disappoint.

There’s middle ground between stingy and extravagant for business events. Attendees notice what you do – which is to facilitate a meaningful occasion.

Sirloin steaks are rarely the choice of modern couples, including England’s Royals. Creative menus are in, with twists that are remembered years later.

Today, corporate events are expected to be creative and exciting. But even if that converted factory is now an elegant party space, the food better be good.

Higher-end catering is about more than fresh ingredients and master chefs. The food and the venue have to work together–as do the people running both.

Chain hotels ballrooms are fine if you want your wedding to feel like a business seminar. Venture to coolness for a remarkable wedding.

There are many variables in hosting a wedding reception. This checklist can guide you to make critical wedding catering decisions the affect the price of your big day.

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