Thursday, January 19, 2017
After the first of the year, we are all into wedding planning with our brides for the year. And we have made it easy, for exclusive to Magnolia Hill is our award winning caterer, Dinner's Ready !
They are on the leading edge of what is happening in the wedding world
as they played host to the Arkansas Democrat Bridal Fair as a leading sponsor.
Wedding blogs such as The Knot released what they see in trends on wedding reception offerings..."the sit-down dinner is starting to be replaced with more interactive options. Set up stations that feature your favorite eats, like a raw bar with a waiter live-shucking oysters or wine and cheese pairings with an on-site sommelier. If you don’t want to forgo a plated dinner, host a cool cocktail hour and serve the main meal family style for a twist on tradition."
And you may have seen Serge as he regularly makes everyone hungry on KARK morning show! KARK TV featuring Chef Serge preparing some favorite dishes on air.
Make sure you are not hungry when you read this...for your mouth will be watering after you see the pictures of their delicious creations.
For the grooms table, Razorback cupcakes !
and for a main course....Buffet style or plated
Sometimes mini versions of your favorite desserts
make even more of a statement than their full-sized counterparts.
The active stations are not only delicious, but fun to watch the chef cook right in front of the guests.
Appeal to guests’ lighter sides by putting a few delicious good-for-you options on the menu. This heirloom tomato & basil salad is mouthwatering beautiful.
A little drama with an active station of Bananas Foster
Your home-cooked favorites are instantly elevated when served in unexpected ways, like these grilled cheese points served with dainty tomato soup shooters.
An abundant buffet is a great way to ensure everyone gets what they want, but it also creates an appetizing focal point. One tasty buffet option is a cheese station with an array of mild and strong flavors, different textures, and cheeses made with goat, cow, and sheep milk. Add labels so guests know what they’re diving into, then pair them with breads, fruits, and nuts.
An appetizer display on the hay wagon. A little netting keeps early nibblers away, yet still looks exciting while the wedding ceremony is going on !
Stuffed zucchini boats
For any Southern specialty, Serge puts the finishing touch for perfection!
Blackened Chicken with Cajun Cream
Look at these cute sunflower cupcakes complete with a ladybug.
Now I bet I have made you hungry!