A decorated block of ice is an elegant serving tray for chilled food, such as shrimp cocktail. (Martha Stewart Christmas Vol. 5 2001) (No link, just photo)
Goin’ To The Chapel…
There’s so much to write about this week I need more days. A sweet friend’s daughter got married this weekend and I got to help stage the reception. There’s nothing better than be…
Chic Santa Barbara Wedding from Hazelnut Photography
Seafood Bar with Seafood Served over ice in Large FAUX Clam-Like Shells (buy at a Crafts or Ocean Inspired Store.
Hawaiian Luau Party Ideas
Often Luau's are held in the backyard under tents, with palm fronds woven together to make windbreak walls. The tent poles are decorated wit...
How I Calculated the Amount of Food Needed to Feed 200 People at a DIY Wedding Reception
Yesterday I explained how I catered a friend’s wedding earlier this spring, and I offered up the five questions I think you should ask yourself before tackling a project like this. I should have added one more criteria: Are you good at math? Because catering takes a lot of it. Here’s the first piece of math required — estimating and calculating how many bites per person you are going to need.
Unusual wedding cake and wedding dessert ideas - Smashing the Glass | Jewish Wedding Blog
When you’re deciding what wedding cake or dessert to have, think about making it reflect who you both are as a couple and let it symbolise your story or embrace the theme or essence of your wedding. Ditch the three-tiered extravaganza and go for something unique and unusual that represents you both. I did without […]
White Chocolate Peanut Butter Krispies - Plain Chicken
White Chocolate Peanut Butter Krispies - only 5 ingredients! White chocolate, peanut butter, peanuts, Rice Krispies, & marshmallows. Great holiday treat!
Spring Marshmallow Pops
About a month ago my family and I were at a Flea Market and came across something I had never seen before, GIANT marshmallow. The were so cute and fun looking I just had to buy a bag of them and planned to do something with them for Easter. Well, later that same day I came across a photo on Flickr of the very same kind of marshmallows, dressed up in the most beautiful way ( www.flickr.com/photos/25488115@N06/3342792974/ ). I hid the marshmallows away, and have been waiting until this week to…