Wedding Foods

practical weddingJune is the month of weddings and with weddings comes the planning.  One of the biggest expenses of weddings is the reception.  If you are on a budget, you might want to cater the wedding yourself.  Family members and friends are free labor; you just need to come up with the menu.  The first step is setting the budget; then deciding on what to eat.  If you have hit a brick wall and the creative juices are not flowing, the books listed below might help.

Everyonecancook appetizers : over 100 tasty bites  by  Eric Akis

Appetizers! : Good housekeeping favorite recipes

One potato, two potato : 300 recipes from simple to elegant – appetizers, main dishes, side dishes and more  by Roy Finamore

Small plates: appetizers as meals by Marguerite Marceau Henderson

A practical wedding: creative solutions for planning a beautiful, affordable, and meaningful celebration by Meg Keene

How to have a big wedding on a small budget: cut your wedding costs in half! by Diane Warner

 

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