Whether you’re a foodie or an oenophile, you understand the importance of pairing the right wine with the right dish. For some of you, that knowledge may seem like common sense, but for those unfamiliar with the territory, it may ... read more
Whether you’re planning a formal wedding or a more casual affair, food trucks are definitely worth considering for your big day. These portable eateries have only become more popular over the years, especially at big events. Why? Easy! Food truck ... read more
A brunch the morning after your wedding is the best way to cap off the weekend in a memorable way that your guests will love. After all your other fun wedding weekend activities—a welcome party, a rehearsal dinner, the ceremony, ... read more
Creating the menu is a big part of planning your wedding reception. One important thing to consider in doing so is the season in which your event is taking place. The spring is a refreshing time viewed as an awakening ... read more
Outdoor weddings are romantic, but there’s nothing romantic about food poisoning. With an outdoor wedding comes a higher risk of food becoming spoiled and food-borne illnesses. It’s important to do your due diligence and research when it comes to food ... read more
What’s in a wedding? (No, seriously. Not a Shakespeare line. People want to know.) While every soirée is going to vary in terms of fashion, décor, and music, one of the most central aspects for a reception is the food. ... read more
As long as I can remember, summer has been considered the official “wedding season.” But these days, more and more couples are embracing the colder half of the year for their nuptials; in fact, October (a month that’s squarely in ... read more
There are certain things that most of us come to expect from a wedding: champagne, dancing, and (of course) dinner. In fact, dinner makes up a pretty significant portion of most receptions. This is why most wedding venues design the ... read more
Many brides tend to take over the wedding-planning process, which is usually fine, as most grooms aren’t too keen on it, anyway. But whether the groom is or isn’t involved in wedding planning, he should feel acknowledged on the big ... read more
If dinner and dancing seem too cliché for a wedding reception, why not do brunch instead? Brides and grooms everywhere are jumping on this trend for many reasons. First, it can save you money because caterers, venues, and other vendors ... read more
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