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Question to ask to your Reception Caterer

Once you have a calendar of available dates for a ceremony,
coordinate one of those dates with a reception location.
Some banquet halls and hotels are better suited to smaller weddings with
suggested limits of 100-125 guests.
Others are able to accommodate up to 300 to 400 guests. When choosing a reception facility,
visualize
48 inch round tables in place. Each will seat about 8 guests.
A dance floor will take about 12 x 16 feet.
Include space for a head table, buffet tables, and room for a disc jockey or band.
Ask whether tables, chairs, and a dance floor are included.
It is not uncommon to find that larger facilities prefer to cater their own receptions.
Smaller facilities may be more flexible.
Now that you have a date, you are ready to buy your wedding gown.

 

Ask these questions to make your reception
one everyone will remember.

Is the size appropriate for my expected number of guests?

Is there adequate parking?

Is the location near the ceremony site?

Are tables and chairs included in the price?
Who will set them up?

Must I used their caterer?

Is there a room rental fee in addition to per-plate charges?

Who will provide cake plates?

May we use candles?

Who will be on hand during the reception to assist us?

May we provide our own beverages?

Is alcohol allowed?

Do they charge a corkage fee?

Will they provide an itemized contract?

What deposits are required? When must final payment be made?

Will I get a refund if I cancel?

Are bathrooms and kitchen facilities readily available?

Is there enough room for a dance floor?

How is the lighting presented? Can it be changed during the reception?

When may we get in to decorate?

What time must we end the reception?

Is there a clean-up fee? Are we responsible to clean up?

Who provides napkins and table linens? What is the charge?

Are microphones, sound system and electric outlets available?

Will they set up head table, gift table or cake table?

May we attach decorations to wall or suspend items from the ceiling?

Did you know that the average bride will visit three shops while
searching for a gown? Before you even set foot in a store, there are a few things you should do.
To best serve you, a bridal consultant will need a clear picture of your
wedding plans - season, time of day, ceremony and reception locations,
as well as the number of attendants. If you have not set a firm date, you should do that first. Otherwise, you risk falling in love with a gown that may not be available for your wedding.
Begin by choosing a ceremony location. Since most weddings are on
Saturdays, you may find your church reserved already. There are many other options available,
including popular garden weddings. Keep in mind, you'll be competing
with other couples for a given date. Make reservations early.
Experienced people know that a wedding close to a holiday may limit the number
of guests who will come.

 

 


Questions to ask yourself when planning the menu include:

  • Are the ingredients for the dishes in season?
  • If you are planning to serve a buffet-style meal, will the dishes be easy for guests to serve themselves and to eat while balancing their plates on their laps?
  • Do you have the necessary kitchen equipment to prepare the dishes? Read through your chosen recipes first to make sure.
  • Do you have the proper amount of dinnerware? If need be, mix your casual and formal dinnerware sets together to extend the amount.
You may want to divide the grocery list up according to dishes if you plan to make some of them in advance. Include a list of supplies you'll need for decorations (this may simply be a bunch of cheap but cheerful bouquets and a few rose-colored light-bulbs to soften the lighting in the living room; you'll find more decorating ideas listed below) and a list of tableware accessories you may need, such as extra glasses to borrow from your sister or a second coffee urn from your mother-in-law.

Don't forget to plan your beverage selection. Today's thoughtful host considers those who don't drink alcohol for health, religious, or lifestyle reasons, as well as the designated drivers attending, and offers the option of non-alcoholic beverages. A tempting punch always lends a touch of elegance to a shower; allowing guests to serve themselves is a great ice-breaker, too. A beautiful punch bowl (heirloom or rented) decorated with ribbons and floral garlands can be an eye-catching addition to the decor. Float fruit slices and edible flowers in the punch for added colour. Most well-rounded cookbooks have a selection of non-alcoholic punch recipes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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