Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Sunday, December 4, 2011
I am very excited today to congratulate my very good friend and ex-coworker, Amanda Bursic, on her engagement to Chaz Smith! They have been together for about 3 years now and I am so excited to begin her planning with her! They are aiming for a fall wedding-any ideas that are awesome I will surely share.
Again congratulations Amanda!!
Monday, November 14, 2011
Season wedding ideas!
Bring out the essence of the season with:
Serving ham or lamb; in season dishes
Fresh fruits and veggies
Elegant side dishes, maybe with garnish for different textures and a spring feel
Festive champagne and punch cocktails
Season fruits, think fresh and light just like the summer time. Watermelons, berries, pineapples etc.
Do some grilling
Tropical cocktails of course are a must
Keep it traditional-thanksgiving style feasting with all the trimmings
Keeping it simple and close to home by incorporating family recipes and other dishes of the sort
Elegant for fall! Do some fall like décor with leaves, cinnamon sticks, soup etc.
Hearty meals to comfort for the cold weather
Wintery beverages, instead of cocktails try spiked eggnog, cider, or mixed coffee/hot chocolaty drinks
Found these on the web-thought I would share!
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
- Can your staff comfortably accommodate our event?
- What does the menu consist of exactly?
- What deposits are required?
- Are there specific hours you are available?
- Do you have other events the same day as mine?
- Are there a minimum of guests required?
- Where is the food prepared?
- When must the menu be finalized
- How is your staff dressed (wedding or corporate event
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Monday, October 31, 2011
Over the weekend I threw a fabulous Halloween party with friends and loved ones. A bunch of us made spooky treats and had great decorations! Fog machine and all! Fall and Halloween are probably the best times of the year to get creative....pictures will be up soon!
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Monday, October 17, 2011
White Vintage cake or Victorian style-perfect to set that winter mood but keep it classic and stylish.
Tall white, silver, or crystal bark/branches for centerpieces (ask your florist about general ideas). This adds beautiful decor for half the price and gets rid of the traditional candle look.
Chocolate covered cranberries or roasted chestnuts for favors (any nut will do). Warm goodies do the trick for a winter wedding! (several options)
Ice Sculptures to add the cold winter setting
Hot chocolate station-put more emphasis on it, use it as a decor more than a beverage with your cake and cookies!
Themed weddings are very popular, as well. It helps to stay away from the original green and red color scheme around the holidays.