Just about every bride - to - be out there think they can do most of the work by themselves and save a bunch of money. What just about every bride finds out is that it is far more work than they thought, takes more time than they have, and doesn’t really save them money if they consider the cost of their time, gas, over estimations, etc.
With that being said, can you plan and do your entire
wedding yourself? Of course you can.
Ask ten people what they remember about the last wedding they were at and 9 out of 10 will say either the food or the drinks. Like it or not, good or bad, people will remember what they ate or chose not to eat.
One of the keys to planning a great reception meal is to know your audience. If you travel in
circles where peoples' tastes are more refined (or at least they like to act like they are refined) a more formal dinner will be anticipated. If your guests tend to be more middle class or blue collar, country style might be the ticket. Finally, if you want to go very casual, a buffet is not a bad choice. Let's talk a little about each, starting with my favorite:
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