Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) June 23, 2013
Themed weddings are one of the most popular ways to plan a wedding. Having a few concrete ideas that weave through the event not only make it appear organized, but also makes planning a little simpler. Some couples go above and beyond by thinking up very quirky themes. On June 17, 2013, The Huffington Post published an article and video about a couple that planned a bacon themed wedding, and Do the Bride a Favor is giving tips on how to incorporate a food theme into a wedding and reception.
If the bride and groom have a favorite food in common, throwing a wedding and reception with that food as the theme is a creative idea. First, find a vendor that sells the product for a fair price. This may entail a tasting day, where the bridal couple goes to different vendors and samples their products to find the one that is perfect for their event. Choose local, fair trade, or organic when possible.
Explain to the vendor what the vision is for the event and ask them to weigh in with their concerns and ideas. There are many ways to include food into a wedding and a reception. While a bridal bouquet made of bacon may not seem appetizing, having the flower girls or ushers give small packages of the theme food out to guests before the wedding is a classy alternative.
For the reception, getting the produce vendor and the caterer to work together is essential. As a team, they can imagine new ways to serve and display the theme food, which will bring originality and creativity to any reception. Offering the theme food as personalized wedding favors is a wonderful way to continue the theme as wedding guests leave. If the theme is a special candy, having a handful of the candy available for each guest is a perfect favor idea. Use the colors of the packaging, or the font, if available, throughout the event as well to tie-in with the décor.
Do the Bride a Favor gives tips on how to plan a food themed wedding and reception, including spending a day tasting the alternatives, and advice on how to tie the product into the reception.
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