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Breakfast for Dinner

Casey Todd

We love the creativity that many brides bring when planning out the menu for their guests.  A simple idea like serving  "breakfast for dinner" can turn into a unique display that will leave wedding guests thrilled and feeling like they received a fun and special treat.  

Some of the things we have done in the past in the breakfast food realm have included: 

- Pancake & Waffle Station featuring Hot Chicken along with assorted toppings such as: house churned butter, fresh fruits, simmered berries, flavored syrups, & whipped cream.

- Omelet Station with many spices, proteins and chopped veggies.

- Bacon Station featuring Benton’s Bacon and House Smoked Bacon in a variety of flavors.

- Sausage Station in a variety of links and patties in assorted flavors.

- Pastries and breakfast breads served with local jams, jellies, and honey.

- Butcher Shoppe Station including meats, county smoked ham, bacon and sausage.

- Biscuit Bar featuring Springer Mountain Farms chicken tender biscuits alongside local jam, jellies, honey, and good ple southern white peppered gravy.

- Grit Station: our grits are the creamiest around! We can do an assortment of sweet and savory toppings ex: Bacon Jam, Spicy Shrimp, White Cheddar, Raw or Brown Sugar.

- Cocktails served: Bloody Mary Bars and Bellini / Mimosa Stations.

- Donut Bars are especially popular and bring a colorful sweet assortment to the display.

- Fresh fruits and cheeses are always a nice addition to breakfast foods as well.


6 Tips for Hiring a Caterer

Casey Todd

Selecting the right caterer is an important part of event planning.  There are a few things you should consider before sitting down with potential caterers:

Overall & per person budget- you will save yourself a lot of time and aggravation if you have both your overall event budget and food budget mapped out.  

Guest Count- knowing the # of guests you plan to invite is crucial in generating an accurate estimate of food cost.  The best way to manage your budget is by managing your guest list!

Event style- share the style of décor you plan to use during your event to help guide the creative planning process. Pictures from Pinterest can be especially helpful here. 

Menu design- Share any specific food selections you may prefer. Also, be upfront about dietary restrictions such as allergies or the need for vegetarian, vegan, or gluten free dishes.

Get recommendations and referrals- Experienced and preferred caterers will have no problem providing references so go ahead and ask for them. It will validate your choice to hire.

Additional services- many caterers can help with coordinating other aspects of the event like tables, chairs, table linens, décor, floral, bartenders, etc. Ask the question to streamline your planning process and make the most of the relationship!

Having these area’s mapped out will benefit you by guiding the conversation so you get the most out of your meeting.  You should expect that based on the information you provide your caterer they will be able to recommend the right food choices and certain cuisines based on the event style and budget you have outlined.   Once the planning is done you can sit back, relax and feel good about your amazing food selections!