So, you’ve decided to go the somewhat easier route and serve take-out for dinner. There’s nothing wrong with that – sometimes you just have to be realistic about what you can handle given the time you have, and picking up takeaways will save you many precious hours at the end of a busy day.
Between securing a venue, booking a photographer and designing invitations, it can be easy to forget about the finer details involved in catering for a wedding. Managing the provisions at such a big event entails much more than just selecting starters, mains and desserts off a pre-planned menu. You have to consider budget, quantity, dietary restrictions and logistics, too.
Having friends or family over for a meal is so special, and so many incredible memories are made throughout the evening. Don’t let stress and poor planning affect how the evening goes, and take you away from spending time with your guests.
Have a client who wants to celebrate their company’s birthday, landing a big client or a star performer’s huge promotion with an office meal for all the employees to enjoy? That’s great but there’s only problem... Everyone eats and enjoys different things.
Are you an events planner for wedding celebrations? Then you’ll know that couples often use the time after the ceremony to take their couple and bridal party photos, meaning guests are left alone for a little while. And what better way than to keep them entertained with delicious snacks?
You’ve decided on a colour scheme for your big day, and it’s all-white. Simple, elegant and classic. But now you’re wondering what to do about the food? You don’t want it to stick out too much on a table with white crockery, cutlery and décor. Don’t stress, Food Matters has got it all under control!