For us working in the wedding catering services industry, we want everything to be perfect on your special day. From our top notch chefs whipping up those fancy culinary treats, to our well dressed waiters serving you with a smile, we all work together to make sure that you get the best experience that we can offer. If you want your wedding day to be the talk of the town, you need to work hand in hand with your wedding caterer.
Here are just some of the catering blunders that we can help you avoid on your wedding day.
Serving hot food cold and cold food hot
For guests, it’s what’s on the menu that matters. But for us on the catering crew, we’re more concerned about serving the food at the temperature it’s meant to be served. This means, soup should be served piping hot, and ice cream should be served freezing cold. Serving a sit down event with over 100 guests can be a bit of a challenge, but with an efficient wait staff, and proper timing, it’s easy to pull off.
Running out of food
For those in the catering industry, running out of food in the middle of a reception is an absolute nightmare. Not only does it make for an embarrassing scenario on your end, but on ours, it puts all of our long hours of planning to waste. To avoid this, we consider several factors like the number of guests, the type of reception, the time of day that the reception will start, and how long the event is going to last. By laying all these factors down prior your special date, we can carefully plan out the amount of dishes to serve, and how to serve each one to ensure that every guest gets a serving.
Being insensitive to guests
Since we’ll be there with you on your momentous occasion, we like to think of ourselves as part of your family. And as family, we want to make sure that all your guests have a great time celebrating with you. This is why we’ve trained our wait staff to anticipate every need you and your guests may have. From proper food handling, to courteous service, we make sure that everyone gets treated like family.
Getting guests sick
And since we don’t want to get you or your guests sick at the reception, we put high priority on food sanitation. Our catering staff is trained to properly cook, store, transport, and serve your food with the safest and cleanest measures possible. We have also invested in the right equipment and food storage units so that your food is within safe temperatures at all times.
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