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Top Trends in Menu Cards

Thursday, February 18th, 2016 | Filed under: Wedding Dinner, wedding menu, Wedding Trends, Wedding Venue’s Chef | author: By BLG,    

Top Trends in Menu CardsWhen your guests arrive at their beautifully-appointed tables in your wedding ballroom, they’ll be delighted to see – in addition to the beautiful centerpieces and place settings you’ve chosen – wedding menu cards revealing the cuisine they’re about to enjoy. Among the top wedding trends of 2016 are gorgeously-styled wedding menu cards designed with as much artistry and style as wedding invitations.
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Sharing your Wedding Menu Planning Process with Your Parents

Saturday, January 30th, 2016 | Filed under: Parents and wedding planning, wedding menu, wedding planning, Wedding Venue’s Chef | author: By BLG,    

Sharing your Wedding Menu Planning Process with Your ParentsPlanning your wedding menu with the help of your NJ wedding catering team is one of the most enjoyable wedding planning tasks, as you create your list of delectable wedding menu items from your wedding chef’s list of possibilities and select a personalized wedding menu perfect for your day. They say the food makes the wedding, standing out as a remarkable and memorable foodie experience for all of your guests. A wedding featuring the top wedding menu trends and farm-fresh ingredients, plus your wedding catering venue’s expertise and magic with food preparation and presentation is sure to make your day even more amazing.tips dan trik android

Long before your big day, you’ll meet with your wedding venue’s banquet manager to choose the dishes for your wedding cocktail party menu, reception menu and dessert choices, at a meeting of the minds (and palates) that begins to turn your wedding menu wishes into reality. And many of our NJ wedding couples opt to bring their parents to the meeting, for their input and as a much-appreciated chance to share in the excitement of this important part of wedding planning.

Involving parents in wedding menu selection has become a big wedding trend for 2016, and we’re always happy to welcome wedding couples along with their parents for a menu adventure and the creation of the best wedding menu plan possible. Here are some tips for including your parents in the wedding menu planning process:
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Wedding Trends 2016: Wedding Venue Wishlist

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015 | Filed under: Wedding checklist, Wedding Trends 2016, Wedding Venue’s Chef, Wedding Venues | author: By BLG,    

Wedding Venue WishlistWhen looking for the best wedding venue in NJ, wedding couples have a few favorite features in mind, and we share the top wedding trends of 2016 for wedding venue details:

  • Big windows. Those floor-to-ceiling windows add elegance to a wedding ballroom or the outside areas of a wedding venue. During the daytime, they let in plenty of natural light, and during an evening wedding, they add intimacy to the wedding via the dark of night. Or they may show off the beautiful lighting of the venue’s gardens and grounds. Oversized windows are also a choice location for taking wedding portraits, with that perfect natural lighting making you look more radiant, and they’re also a prime location for First Looks photos. According to the wedding survey site The Wedding Report, 40.5% of wedding couples prefer wedding venues with oversized windows.
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Choosing the Best Wedding Venue: Questions to Ask Your Wedding Venue’s Chef

Monday, June 22nd, 2015 | Filed under: wedding planning, Wedding Venue’s Chef, Wedding Venues | author: By BLG,    

Questions to Ask Your Wedding Venue's ChefPart of your search for the best wedding venue in New Jersey is taking a venue tour, and in addition to checking out top wedding venues for their beauty, it’s also very important to gather information about the wedding menu at each venue, as well as any personalized details the venue’s chef can arrange for your big day. So, before you schedule a guided tour of any wedding venue, ask to speak with the venue’s wedding chef. To accommodate the chef’s busy schedule, though, your chat might take place while on your tour, or it might be best to arrange for a phone conversation at a separate time.

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