Archive for January, 2019

Jan 29 2019

Taking A Closer Look At The Catering World Of The United States

Here In The United States, eating out at restaurants is incredibly commonplace. After all, eating out can be ideal for a number of different reasons. For one thing, it’s a great way to take a break from cooking, something that can end up being more trouble than it’s worth at the end of a long day of work. In addition to this, going out to eat can allow you to connect with loved ones and friends around a dinner table, especially friends and family that you aren’t able to see on as consistent a basis. Finally, eating out can be ideal for the purposes of trying new cuisines as well, as trying out new cuisines is a great way to discover more of what you love – as well as even more of the world, from your very own home town.

Take just the one long state of Florida. In Florida, there are currently very nearly 40,000 dining establishments that are open for business, a number that is only likely to grow in the years that are to come. In many parts of the country, restaurants are incredibl

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Jan 23 2019

Why Buying In Bulk Can Be A Big Help For A DIY Wedding

It’s hard to tell these days just how much the average American couple spends on a wedding. One estimate gives a total north of $35,000. With an average of 2.4 million weddings in the United States each year, there’s a lot of money spent no matter which way you slice it. In fact one estimate for the total amount spent on weddings in the U.S. annually is $72 billion.

In the midst of trying to plan the perfect wedding-fine tuning the guest list, picking a florist, creating the ideal menu-one small detail that may get overlooked is the tableware for the big day.

The average number of wedding guests is 136 and if you’ve got that many attending your ceremony and reception, chances are you’re going to go through a ton tableware. Better Homes and Gardens tells party planners to assume that guests will drink two servings of non-alcoholic beverages in the first hour of a reception and one for each additional hour of the party. If the weather is more, you can expect people are going to

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Jan 17 2019

Setting Up the Tables For a Wedding Dinner

A wedding today is an event with many factors to juggle, such as the venue (indoors or outdoors), the number of guests and how to arrange their seating for the reception, the visual theme, the food to be catered, the florist, photographer, wedding band, and more. Many of these factors are a combination of practicality and aesthetics, and the tone and style of a wedding can be dictated by the venue and what materials are used, ranging from the ceremony’s decorations and the bridesmaids’ dresses all the way to what kind of silverware, plates, and glasses are used for the reception lunch or dinner. Wedding plates, dinner napkins, wedding cutlery, and more are not just a way for guests to eat; they also set the tone of the wedding, and in some cases, wedding plates and glasses may be the disposable kind for convenience, and in certain themes and levels of formality, plastic serveware and part

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