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Wedding Catering

February 12th, 2015 3:20 am

Wedding catering is popular around the world, especially in the United States. Long gone are the days when your mom, your grandma, and your aunt spent three days cooking the meal for your reception. There are so many other details that go into the preparation of a wedding – the seating arrangements, the decorations, the location, and preparing food would just add more stress. The bride and groom, as well as their close friends and family, should be able to enjoy an amazing meal at the end of their special day without the burden of cooking it themselves.

When you hire a wedding catering service, the only thing you have to do is set a budget for the amount you are willing to spend on food, and then choose a menu based on that budget. You will work side by side with the catering service to ensure that you get exactly what you want. This can be accomplished by doing a “taste test” to see which entroe and side dishes will best suit the tastes of your guests. Once you have made all of the decisions about where your reception will be held and what type of food you think your guests will enjoy, you will be able to sit back and enjoy your big day!

While you are enjoying quality time with your wedding party and attendees, the caterer will serve the food to your guests, ensuring that each guest is fully satisfied. Many wedding catering services often partner with other party planners so that you can choose additional services, such as a DJ, a photo booth, or a wedding singer. This way, the food from your catering for your wedding can be coupled with memorable entertainment for your guests.

The catering company may make recommendations depending on the number of guests you will be having and what type of venue in which the reception will be held. The catering service will also provide drinks, napkins, plates, fork, knives, and spoons. Upon request, they can even provide additional utensils, such as straws for cocktails or margaritas.

Catering for your wedding can be found for any budget – whether you’re having a low-key intimate reception with 20 people or a lavish reception with 300 people, a wedding caterer can be found to suit your specific needs. If you are planning a wedding reception in the near future, hiring a wedding catering service is a perfect option for all of your food-related needs. It is best to research various local companies to try to locate a wedding catering company that is within your budget, and who will provide a delicious meal for your very important day.

Welcome to Just Melt, with their base in Liverpool they are able to cater to their clients throughout the North-West. Amaze your guests and make your day extra special with their decadent chocolate fountains.They supply a fully trained and uniformed attendant for your wedding who will ensure that everything runs smoothly and will assist guests if required. They have carefully designed their packages to suit all requirements and have included everything to make your chocolate fountain hire experience an enjoyable and memorable one.

Five Inventions to Make Your Wedding Interesting

April 10th, 2013 3:55 am

Weddings can be super stressful. Thankfully there are a ton of talented inventors out there who love creating items to make your big day run more smoothly. Check out some of our favorite wedding inventions and products below:

*The Ring Thing

The wedding ring is a status symbol that says a lot about your personality. What if you could use it to show your love for technology instead of just gemstones and metal finishes? Now you can.

Our gadgets are getting smaller and smaller, so it makes sense that the next big thing would be the smart ring! These tech-y trinkets actually remind the wearer that it’s almost anniversary time by heating up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit (just shy of skin scalding) for 10 straight seconds every hour during the 24 hours leading up to the big day. The perfect reminder for a love that is almost too hot to handle, this ring will ensure you never forget the anniversary again!

*Step Up Your Style

Two of the most important pieces of the wedding day are the dress and the accessories. Most brides love making a statement with the wedding dress – now they can take a stand on environmental issues with an eco-friendly dress. The inventors of this dress wanted to challenge the notion that a beautiful wedding dress should be used once and then discarded or stored in the back of a closet. They created a convertible, truly environmentally friendly dress that can transition into five fashion-forward looks before being dissolved in water, thereby leaving no environmental footprint.

*The No-Flail Veil

More practical than planet friendly, these tiny gems are actually tiny weighted magnets decorated with sparkling gemstones and are designed to help keep the veil from flying around in the wind during pictures. Bonus points: they double as bling for the big day!

*Heels are Good for the Sole

Scuffed heels are the bane of every bride’s existence, not to mention the stress of a striking stiletto plunging into the mud as you’re walking! The Solemates have come up with a way to eliminate both problems with these neat plastic heel covers. They help the wearer stay more stable on their feet by distributing the weight more evenly and giving the heel a larger purchase on the ground. The result? Pretty peds that are less likely to wobble, stumble, or sink into the lawn.

*Better Bathroom Options

When you’re all wrapped up in the most beautiful and complicated dress of your life, bathroom options are limited and slightly terrifying. Either you have to bring an escort with you to wrangle the dress and protect both you and it from bathroom grime, or you could always wear the unfortunately named bridal diaper. Neither prospect is ideal, but thankfully there is a better way!

For the fiercely independent bride, there is the Go Girl. It’s an invention that allows women to answer the call of nature while standing, no muss, probably a lot of fuss.