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
Grazing tables—or a large spread of finger foods for your guests to nibble on after the ceremony—are one of 2019’s must-do wedding trends. (In fact, Pinterest reported that searches for family-style grazing tables were up 163% this year.) A grazing ... read more
There’s a lot to love about fall—the changing leaves, the brisk air, and (most importantly) the switch from summer to fall foods. As the temperatures dip, the foods get heartier and warmer, as opposed to the light and fresh salads ... read more
Even if you’ve cooked dinner for a large gathering of friends or family, it’s nothing compared to the logistics you need to nail down for your wedding reception. Whether you’re hiring an outside caterer to take care of the reception ... read more
It’s always fun to put personal touches into your wedding day, but choosing between the different options may seem intimidating. One way to personalize your wedding a bit while offering your guests a fun culinary treat is to craft a ... read more
These days, food allergies are becoming more commonplace. Of course, you should always remember to inquire about any food intolerances from your wedding guests and accommodate them as best as possible. While catering to everyone is impossible and trying to ... read more
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