Food & Catering Blog
Living in the Midwest, if you've never heard of the University of Notre Dame, you might as well be from another planet. While this outstanding institution is beloved by many and for many reasons, one thing that may not readily come to mind is the outstanding service, world-class accommodations and unrivaled experiences it can offer brides and grooms both near and far.
Finding the perfect caterer for your wedding can be stressful. But, if that caterer can offer an exclusive experience, exceptional service, personalized meals and the essential facility to go along with it, all the stress is taken away. The Outpost Catering and Banquet Facility can offer you all this and more! The Outpost offers on-site and off-site catering, making them the perfect caterer for any wedding.
There are so many great things about Friday. You might be thinking, how can it possibly get any better? Well, we have your answer: with a little Instagram Friday, of course! Keep scrolling to see the inspiration that caught our eye this week!
Late-night snacks give a whole new meaning to the term “night cap.” Serving snacks or a late-night meal during the dance reception is no longer considered a trend, but instead serves as a much-needed and much-appreciated interruption to the hours of dancing. As the reception progresses, most people have quickly burned off the 6:00 dinner on the dance floor and have filled up on liquor. It’s practically a scientific fact that cardio plus alcohol equals hungry people. By offering a late-night snack, you are acknowledging that you have taken your guests’ needs and comforts into consideration. It’s also a subtle way to sober up a few of your guests (your hotel and transportation staff will
From Local Restaurant to Nationally Recognized Catering Company: The Thomas Caterers of Distinction StoryJenna Nelson | April 19, 2016
They went from “The Accidental Caterers” to award-winning caterers.
Don't get me wrong—I am the queen of the do-it-yourself trend. And at WeddingDay, we are huge proponents of the D.I.Y. movement and we especially love seeing brides who impressively collaborate with family, bridesmaids and friends to take on one wedding project after another.
Brunch is always a good idea. And brunch weddings are even a better idea. I've never seen an unhappy person at brunch. Who isn't willing to embrace the concept of the late-morning feast that offers delectable options like pancakes, eggs benedict, doughnuts and bacon?