DIY Wedding Catering: Is it possible?

Catering your own wedding?! That seems like a monumental-- if not impossible-- feat, but if it's something you're thinking about doing,  FoodServiceWarehouse has just made it a lot easier. FoodServiceWarehouse provides restaurant supplies and equipment, but they just recently put together a new catering resource loaded with information about equipment and supplies, photos, and educational articles.  If you want to learn more about catering your own event, this might be a good place to start.  In … [Read more...]

Stay Low: Wedding Centerpieces your Guests will Appreciate

There's definitely something to be said about the beauty and elegance of tall wedding table centerpieces. But in reality?  No one likes having to twist their necks around a towering bouquet in order to converse with the person sitting opposite them.  Of course, if you can get a hold of really tall, skinny vases, and arrange the fullness above eye-level, that would work. But another option is just keeping the centerpieces low, so your guests will be able to see everyone around the … [Read more...]

Submerge your Flowers for Chic (and Cheap!) Centerpieces

You've just discovered that the centerpiece of your dreams is totally out of your price range. No matter, says InStyle Weddings! Jung Lee of Fete, an N.Y.C. planning, suggests replacing the more expensive flower with something similar but cheaper. Consider the color, height and texture you'd like and ask your florist to suggest a couple other options. French tulips may be your first choice, but gladioli would give you a similar look for half the price. And to cut costs even further, display them … [Read more...]

More Hot Summer Wedding Trends

June is gone, but summer is not over yet!! The most popular wedding season, summer nuptials have a flavor all their own. But that doesn't mean you have to stick with the summer wedding tradition standbys, according to The Knot (on ABC7). Read on for eight new ideas for your hot summer celebration. Trend: Dynamic Colors Think sophisticated brights. Sticking with just two hues (or two plus an accent color) will keep your space unified. Rather than splashing color all over … [Read more...]