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Call On Catering Professionals For These Types Of Events

If you're hosting a larger event and don't want to spend all of your time before and after the big day in the kitchen, consider hiring a professional catering company. They can help you in all food-related aspects of the event, from menu-planning to cooking to cleaning up.

No matter what your party-planning budget is, you should be able to take advantage of a local caterer, whether it's just for appetizer or the entire meal. If finances are tight and you don't want to cater the event yourself, consider serving just finger foods and cocktails, or desserts and coffee. 

When working with the catering company to plan the perfect meal for your guests, be sure to include menu selections for guests with dietary restrictions as well. For instance, include gluten- and sugar-free, vegetarian and vegan selections as well. 

Here are some types of events that you can use a professional caterer for:

1. Wedding Receptions

Reduce stress before, during and after the day you say "I do" by hiring a caterer to treat your guests to a variety of delicious foods and drinks. You can start the planning process by choosing a few different types of main courses, as well as your favorite appetizers and desserts. The caterer will work with you to create your ideal menu.

There are several different ways that you can feed hungry wedding reception guests, such as a formal sit-down dinner or a buffet-style set-up. If you opt for the more casual buffet option, consider having a build-your-own taco or hamburger bar for an interactive guest experience.

Serving the reception meal via a buffet allows your friends and family members to customize their plates, and it's also a convenient way to serve a variety of different foods, such as meatless soy products, to please everyone on your guest list.

2. Corporate Events 

If you're in charge of menu-planning for your company's corporate event, a catering company will allow you to save time and focus on other aspects of the event. Whether you're planning a small office gathering or a large regional meeting, a caterer will come in handy.

For an informal office meeting, consider having a favorite local restaurant cater the meal. For bigger events, continental breakfasts, buffets and even box lunches for guests-on-the-go are all good options. 

3. Personal Parties 

One way to make a friend or loved one's birthday or graduation party extra-special is by having it professionally catered. Work with the company to provide all of the celebrant's favorite foods and beverages.

You can also have anniversaries, holiday parties and other types of personal parties catered as well. Contact a company, like The Hidden Table, for more information.

About Me

sharing my love of food

Some of my best memories from my childhood are from the many times I spent working in the kitchen with my grandmother and my mother. I learned to love cooking at a very young age and that love has helped shape my adult life to what it is today. I love cooking, creating and eating all sorts of foods and love sharing these things with as many people as I can. This blog is filled with tips, ideas and tricks that can help you make the time you spend in your kitchen preparing meals, baked goods and treats for those that you love much more enjoyable for you and the people you are serving the food to.