Let Them Eat Cake (or not)
How caterers are meeting the demand for fresh wedding dessert options.
By Connie Jeske Crane
If you stop and think about it for a minute, the shift we’ve seen recently in wedding desserts is pretty revolutionary. For a whole century, those white, icing-laden, multi-tiered wedding cakes—believed to have debuted at a royal wedding in the late 1800s—enjoyed iconic status. The giant concoctions towered at receptions and were a go-to option for everyday couples and luminaries alike. Continue reading »
With ingenuity and attention to detail, event pros help couples create the weddings of their dreams, no matter the venue.
By Sara Perez Webber
They say love is blind. Weddings, however, often bring to life visions that go far beyond what the eye can see. Helping couples create their dream events are caterers, event planners and other pros, who help brides and grooms personalize their unions and navigate venue challenges—as profiled in the following four weddings. Continue reading »
Dress up tables and receptions with these elegant and practical products.
The Pearl collection from Costa Nova was inspired by the richness of 18th- and 19th-century European ceramics. Made in Portugal, the stoneware collection features round shapes with large beads to reinvent a classic look. In addition to standard dinnerware pieces such as dinner plates, soup/pasta plates, salad plates, bowls and mugs, the Pearl collection includes a three-tiered centerpiece, footed plates, a pitcher, serving trays and bowls, and more. Continue reading »