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Guest Book Ideas for Weddings – Traditional, Fun or Both?

Category: Wedding

Times have changed from the traditional “check-in” guest book to fun and creative guest books. With the stress of wedding planning and the overwhelming ideas from Pinterest, it is difficult to choose a guest book that fits but keeping something like your guest simple will help! The ideas for a guest book are endless… Our wedding coordinators have picked some …

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A Super Sweet Sixteen! Food Stations

Category: Birthday

Sweet Sixteen Parties have become increasingly more and more fabulous, and last fall we were asked to cater one doozy of a party for a really fun girl! Like many of us, Kayla loves the movie “Frozen” so a Frozen Winter Wonderland party was definitely going to be fun! Guests were welcomed into NEO on Locust with a red carpet entrance, …

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Engaged & Confused – 10 Things to do After Getting Engaged

Category: Wedding

It’s exciting, it’s blissful, it’s a but of a whirlwind. And after the fact, you may be a a little, how should we put this… confused? Yes, you are engaged and what a wonderful time in life for you and your honey! However, it can spark a wave of panic, stress and questioning, “What did I just say yes to?!” …

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Top 5 Fall Catering Trends

Top 5 Catering Trends for Fall

Category: Holiday

As summer comes to a close, and a consistent–yet chaotic–routine is established, we can’t help but get excited for a new season. Fall brings opportunity for new flavors, ingredients, colors and themes. As a caterer in St. Louis and the Midwest, we have the awesome opportunity to utilize incredibly fresh ingredients in our recipes. Weddings, corporate galas, business luncheons and Bar/Bat Mitzvahs are …

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On the Grill. Crazy Corn On The Cob

On The Grill : Crazy Corn on the Cob

Category: Holiday

It’s almost primetime for a St. Louis summertime favorite, corn on the cob! We’re praying it’s THIGH-high by the Fourth of July so we can try out these Crazy Corn on the Cob recipes developed by our head chef, Mary. These are a gourmet spin on a classic that will be a hit at your Fourth of July celebration. And the …

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On The Grill: Grilled Chicken Wings Recipe

Summer Series: On The Grill

Category: On The Grill

In honor of the first day of summer this weekend, we are debuting a summer grilling blog series! Each week we will feature some of our favorite grill recipes and grilling tips to keep your BBQs fun & your grilling skills fresh. Today we are featuring a grilled wing recipe that can serve as a base for your favorite sauce, …

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Cocktail Friday: Brunch Mimosa Bar

Category: Cocktail Fridays

Happy Friday! We’re coming up on Easter and we thought we’d share a great idea for an Easter brunch gathering. It’s finally feeling a little warmer out there, and it’s time to shift gears from the heavier fall and winter flavor profiles to the fresh and light flavors of spring and summer. Pretty your brunch, and wow your friends and …

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Lad or Lass: A Royal Shower

Category: Themed Party

The day has finally come and Kate and William’s little bundle of royalty is on its way! Word is that Kate wants to be a normal, “modern mum” and had a historic, first ever Royal Baby Shower herself. We couldn’t help but daydream about the chance to put on a shower for Kate if Pippa rang us from across the …

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The Menu: Neon Edition

Category: The Menu

And we’re finally back with our Thursday series, “The Menu!” Today we have an oldie, that’s too good not to revisit. Ces & Judy’s was invited to create a one-of-a-kind menu for “neon-themed” Market Mixer, put on by The Knot Wedding Network. The 2013 event was held at the Soulard Preservation Hall to host the very best of the St. …

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Travel Eats: The Pancake Pantry

Category: Uncategorized

A weekend away from our lovely city of St. Louis often means new restaurants and fun eateries to try, and this past weekend was no exception.  A trip to Nashville resulted in more shopping and eating one person could handle – but let’s not focus on the shopping portion of this trip.  Or how much my wallet may be hating …

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