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Candy Buffet


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Candy BuffetA candy table can be a whimsical addition to your reception, or act as playful and interactive favors. Here are some tips to get you started!

Presentation

Use a color scheme that matches your wedding palette:  wedding colors aren’t just for the flowers and bridesmaids dresses!  Taking advantage of the colors you’ve already established can enhance your candy table’s presence, and bring cohesion to your entire reception.

Create depth and height in your display:  with simple boxes or even phone books, you can sculpt a beautiful landscape on your table.  You can wrap the boxes in decorative paper, or even leave them bare and covered with matching linens for a refined, free-flowing cascade.

Take advantage of your centerpieces: whether they be flowers, candles, or tiny little goldfish, using an extra centerpiece or two will not only tie into the rest of your reception, but it can also add life and freshness to your candy table.

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Buffet, Sit Down Meal or Food Stations?


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BuffetA menu is chosen for your guests. The food is sure to satisfy each palate. How should you serve the food to your guests? It may depend on the mood you want at your reception and the expense of the technique. Some reception venues may already have a way of doing this but others may leave it completely up to the bride and groom.

Buffet

Some prefer a buffet style meal while others prefer a sit down meal. Buffet style is usually less expensive than a sit down meal. A bride and groom may decide that they would like to serve their guests a full meal. Many family members and friends may have traveled to come to this event. You may consider it disappointing for them not to get a full meal before leaving. Buffet style is much more relaxing and creative. Guests can get food at the announced time, choosing what they want from what they see.

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Dont get bitten by the wrong fork


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Dining EtiquetteEver heard the story about the three young men being interviewed for a job with a rather stiff organisation. The job involved extensive travel and entertaining and the Company Chief had to make sure the right man fitted the social as much as the work profile.

After all the questions were asked, he invited the young hopefuls to lunch at the office dining room, a very elegant affair. Lunch was simple enough, and by watching the Big Man, all three youngsters conducted themselves quite creditably. Then came the dessert, a luscious looking creamy concoction. As the boys tucked in they discovered that the cream hid a whole lot of cherries and they were not de-seeded cherries either! So what did the candidates do, while their prospective boss watched good humouredly!

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