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Alternative Dessert. Give Your Guests Something New and Fun With or Instead of Traditional Wedding Cake
Dessert at a wedding is not all about the cake anymore. Perhaps your just not wedding cake kind of people. Instead of serving the traditional dessert with tons of leftovers, why not opt for something a bit less traditional. Perhaps you want to stack cupcakes on tiers to resemble a wedding cake. Or maybe you’re more interested in mini pastries. Whatever your flavor, we have some great ideas for you: Candy Bar: Choose a few of your favorite candies and … Continue reading
One of our favorite magazines is Cuisine at Home. It’s full of great recipes, tips, techniques and pictures. One of the best parts of the magazine is right at the beginning when readers send in their personal tricks they use while cooking. We’ve compiled a short list for you to try at home. – We know you’ve got spare wine corks lying around somewhere. Rather than trashing them, tuck them under the lid handles for your pots and pans. Instead … Continue reading
Zeffert and Gold at Aly and Mike’s Fabulous Winter Wedding and Reception at the Amazing 1840′s Ballroom
Aly Gold Kelly and Mike Kelly celebrated their wedding in true Zeffert and Gold style. They had an amazing five course meal which included a lavish cocktail hour. Hors d’oeuvres included favorites such as grilled New Zealand lamb chops,, house made miniature matzah ball soup shooters, a vodka and raw bar featuring freshly shucked Maryland oysters and, of course, hot sliced brisket with house-made knishes. Following the cocktail hour, guests headed upstairs to enjoy fresh nova roses and assorted breads, rolls and flat-breads before receiving a delicious … Continue reading
We had an amazing time at Har Sinai’s Mock Mitzvah Celebration. We served guests delicious fish tacos along with Peruvian quinoa salad with avacado, cilantro and corn. Guests were also able to meet with lots of other vendors about their upcoming celebrations. Check out a few of the stunning centerpieces by Innovative Party Planners and Event Planning Resources .
Baltimore Caterers Zeffert and Gold: Hot Wedding Trends for Your Baltimore, Maryland or Washington D.C. Wedding
Hot Wedding Trend #1 – Dazzling Wedding Decorations Tabletop is going eclectic, according to New York planner Marcy Blum. “We’re getting away from the plain silver or gold-beaded charger that’s been used ad nauseam. Instead, there’s colored glassware, knife and spoon rests and more interesting chargers.” A look Blum loves is a Rococo table set with three complementary patterns of china. This is the year to light it up! “Everything is lit from above, within or under. With new lighting, … Continue reading
Today is the day! Excited to spend today with fun brides, amazing vendors, and of course delicious food.
Carrie Patterson Photography By: Jamie Miles Tis the season for winter weddings, meaning comfort-food favors, festive florals and outdoor scenic photos. Carrie Patterson of Carrie Patterson Photography in snowy Wyoming provides some tips and tricks for taking outdoor shots so you avoid looking washed out in the wintry weather. 1. Find a Contrasting Backdrop “No matter the lighting situation, placing a bride in a white dress against a blank white canvas will cause the dress to blend in and you’ll … Continue reading
We had a minute to breath in between the tail end of wedding season and the beginning of holiday festivities so we made some foods to try! Pumpkin S’mores on Ginger Snaps Tuna Spoon on Asian Slaw with Avocado and Cucumber Wasabi Acorn Squash Bruschetta on Garlic Crostini Call us at 410-944-4481 to get starting designing your event!
According to Steve Vilnit of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources all Maryland seafood is safe to eat. The DNR has been testing water all around Maryland in an effort to make sure that seafood coming from our water are safe. They have yet to find any reasons to be concerned. Also, because of Hurricane Sandy they have extended the female crabbing season, in order to help the industry which was affected by this storm. Release from the Maryland … Continue reading