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Helpful Tips To Serving Foods At A Bridal Shower



Everyone knows how difficult it is to please every person when it comes to serving food. It doesn’t matter if it is at Christmas dinner or a family meal with the kids, pleasing everyone is a difficult task. If you are throwing a bridal shower and are unsure about what you should serve at the event, here are some ideas to give you some food for thought and help you narrow the choices down.

Tips For Serving Foods You Can Serve At A Bridal Shower

Finger food is definitely at the top of the list when it comes to the different styles of food. It’s the easiest way to serve guests since they can eat as much or as little as they like while the party is in full force. Finger food is also great because heavy dishes leave guests full, which in turn makes them inclined to sit down and not move around, perhaps going to sleep.

If you decide on finger food and you’re going to cook the food yourself, start at least three hours before the party begins. Keep dishes chilled if necessary and set aside those that will be served hot or tend to taste better fresh. Start serving when a third of your guests arrive and reheat any dishes in the microwave. You can stretch your budget by choosing food that can be kept in the refrigerator and eaten later on or the next day.

Choose dishes that cover each food group, allowing your guests to have plenty of choices. There’s nothing worse than a guest not being able to eat because the dishes aren’t vegetarian or a guest has an allergy. You should also stick to dishes that are not very messy while it’s being eaten.

Another good idea is to label the food so guests can read a brief description rather than having to constantly ask one another what the dish is. This is also a great for describing foreign food, indicating if a dish is hot or if it contains an ingredient such as nuts.

Don’t forget to place out a choice of utensils such as forks, knives and spoons. This gives guests a choice to use these utensils or use their fingers. However, remember to provide plenty of napkins, no matter which way they decide.