Some Advice On Rudimentary Plans
Melissa McNeeley of Events by Melissa McNeeley : Before she started her own events company, McNeeley trained in front-of-house catering. While she now focuses on wedding planning, she is still laser-focused on offering an incomparable dining experience. What’s her take on Millennial dining? She’s seeing a lot more casual food at weddings these days (Pies n Thighs and Frankies 457 catered her own wedding). “People are done with filet mignon and haricots verts,” she says. Instead, they get experimental with dim sum stations, homemade pasta, and food trucks . Her suggestion: make even the most decadent comfort food look refined with beautiful serving platters. Toss the aluminum trays and almost anything can look like a 5-star meal. Robin Baab Olascoaga at Ro&Co Events : Olascoaga is the founder of Ro&Co Events, a company that produces seamless (and timeless) weddings across the country. In her experience, she says that Millennial couples want to stand out, impress their guests, and do what feels authentic to them.
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