One of the most anticipated planning events is your caterer's tasting.
Here's a look at one bride's meal and experience.
How to know if your caterer is into you…
· Serve it in a clean ballroom
(Catering offices send a budget cook message )
· Set a table for the bride and groom to see
(Bride’s have trouble visualizing.)
· Let you meet the chef
(Make them feel like a star)
· Serve a plate that actually looks like it will to their guests.
(Artistic Food Tastes Better!)
· Send them with a tuxedo strawberry
(Chocolate sets every wedding contract well.)
Light refreshing grilled breast of chicken on
A bed of flavorful minted Limoncello sauce
Served with fragrant jasmine rice and steamed baby vegetables
Served with a Kendall Jackson Chardonnay
Piedmont Petite Fillet
Petite fillet with herbs and tri-colored peppercorns pan seared and roasted to perfection. Served with roasted rosemary potatoes
And seasonal vegetables
Served with a MacMurray Pinot Noir
Special thanks to Emily Burger at http://www.magnoliahoteldenver.com/
My bride felt like royalty