Something to Take Away
Aside from your beautiful gown and the glowing love expressed by and between a bride and groom, there are basically two things your guests will take away (and remember) from your wedding day – the music/dancing and the food. If you take a moment to think about it, your wedding reception is the number one way to say ‘thank you’ to your guests for sharing in your most special day. Make your reception fun by selecting a lively band or DJ - one that can get the party started. Add to the memories by selecting foods that are not only delicious but unique. Give your guests a real dining experience. Make food selections that will create an experience that your guests will remember far beyond your wedding day. A little secret (truth be told) the bride, groom, and their parents will eat very little at the wedding reception. You’re all too busy meeting, greeting, mixing and mingling with all the guests. So when you make your food selections think about making choices that will appeal to the masses and not necessarily just to your personal liking. Choose the feel of your reception from our menu offerings broken down into three main reception categories: Dinner Buffet, Hors d’oeuvres, or Stations. Once that is decided you can then tailor your reception to your own unique experience. And speaking of yourselves, you might consider taking 10-15 minutes away from the crowd to have a private dinner – just the two of you - your first meal as husband and wife. While your guests are going through the buffet you two could ‘sneak away’ for those minutes to steal some private time to catch a bite to eat and to soak in – OMG! WE’RE HUSBAND AND WIFE!! ☺ Just let us know we’d be glad to prepare those plates and set you up with that precious private time. Then, after getting that much needed nourishment, you two could rejoin the reception to visit with your guests, imbibe and dance the night away.
Stay tuned for more details regarding our menu offerings, the categories and the contents in our new menu.
Until then, happy planning!