Your Wedding: It’s The Details That Matter

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Once the new year has arrived, it’s pretty common to hear about brides scurrying around, trying to tie up those loose ends as they plan for their weddings. Some of them have been planning their big day for a long time. They’ve searched high and low for the perfect gown, they’ve hired the right DJ, they’ve booked the church and the reception site, and they’ve done these things far in advance.

Other brides whose wedding days are quickly approaching are the ones who may have received their engagement rings on Christmas, or on New Year’s Eve, which are both popular times to get engaged. Some of them will wait a year or even two years to get married, but the others want their wedding day to happen NOW.

If you’re reading this post, chances are, you’re soon to be a blushing bride, and you want everything to be absolutely perfect when you walk down the aisle. There’s nothing worse than realizing there are some important details you forgot to take care of while you’re looking at your new husband, trying to concentrate on your love for him.

You know the details we’re talking about:

  • The flowers
  • The decorations
  • The seating chart
  • The thank you cards
  • The honeymoon reservations

When these things aren’t planned ahead of time, or when you’re scrambling to make these plans at the last minute, it makes it really difficult to concentrate on enjoying your wedding day.

But what about the food?

One of the areas many brides and grooms have the most difficulty with planning is the food for their weddings. They want to make everyone happy, and yet they know it’s not possible to make everyone happy. It could be that their family members are dropping hints about wanting to supply the food for the wedding, but they just know that won’t go over very well. Of course, there are always the well-meaning friends who recommend this caterer or that caterer, but when they get more information about those businesses, there’s no way they could ever afford their prices. Not to mention, many caterers aren’t all that easy to work with.

The menu for your reception is a very important detail. If you ask anyone who has ever been to a wedding, they will tell you that one of the things they remember the most about that day was the food. They were either impressed by the selection, the presentation, and the taste, or they were planning to stop by a fast food restaurant afterwards because they were still hungry.

When it comes to wedding catering, the fact is, no one does it better than Sweet-N-Saucy in Big Flats, NY. We provide our customers with a customized planning experience. That means we’ll sit down with you and really listen to your concerns and your needs regarding your menu. We offer plenty of choices too, so you never have to worry about whether or not someone will be happy with the food selection. You’ll have a professional presentation of the food, and the taste will be beyond compare.

It’s your wedding. It’s your special day. Whatever you do, don’t entrust such an important detail to just anyone. Hire a caterer who is experienced in the industry, and who truly cares about the outcome of your reception. Our track record speaks for itself, and with Sweet-N-Saucy providing the food for your wedding, that’s one less detail you’ll have to worry about.

If you would like more information about our wedding catering, please contact us. Or, feel free to have a sneak peek at our catering menu. We look forward to hearing from you!

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