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2017 Wedding Catering Trends

Friday, January 20th, 2017 | Filed under: Wedding Caterer, wedding menu, Wedding Trends 2017 | author: By Keith Sly,    

Catering TrendsOne of the most stressful parts of the wedding planning process involves coordinating with the caterer to create a delectable menu for your big day. While many may be content with a run-of-the-mill menu, the food and beverages you choose to serve can truly transform you reception from ordinary to extraordinary. For years, wedding menus had a standard structure: The first course consists of a salad, followed by an entrée – chicken, beef or fish – and finally a piece of the delicious wedding cake for dessert.

However, times have changed. Today, chances are that your guests are savvy eaters with a broadened palette, and an appreciation for fine cuisine. In other words, traditional menus just won’t cut it. Your guests will be looking for some more unique than a standard chicken or fish plate, which is why it is important to hire a reputable catering company to ensure your guests will be happily satisfied with their meals and ready to hit the dance floor.

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Wedding Guests with Special Dietary Needs

Thursday, November 29th, 2012 | Filed under: Party Planning, reception planning, Rehearsal Dinner, Wedding Cocktail Party, wedding dinner party, wedding menu, wedding planning | author: By Keith Sly,    
Special Dietary Needs

Wedding Menu

When thinking about your wedding menu – for your cocktail party, your wedding reception dinner, and your wedding cake and desserts, be sure to keep in mind your guests’ special dietary requirements.

It’s now become far more prevalent for our New Jersey and New York City wedding couples to customize their wedding catering choices with a large selection of food items that their gluten-free and vegetarian guests can enjoy. Brides and grooms have read horror stories on wedding websites, wedding blogs and wedding message boards about weddings at which dietary-restricted guests could only pick on a small number of foods. They certainly don’t want that for their own wedding guests, nor do we. Read more…

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