People have a thing for nostalgia. Fun foods like hot dogs, pizza, sliders rule late night food requests. And, these foods aren’t always the prettiest to serve. So, here are some of our favorite ways we like to turn casual food into an element of design. Our sorbet cart was the perfect set up for a 100th birthday with a garden party theme.
Our clients for this wedding didn’t want a large traditional wedding cake. So, each guest gets their own! A custom display stand allows guests to grab a cake and take a seat. And, we designed custom doilies that match the wedding printing. Cakes are by Jim Smeal.
Playing off our bride’s Instagram name, the chicest Lemon”Ayd” stand offers guests a fun offering at cocktail hour. Signage is key, and even just using a different glass can give a fun twist
A sundae bar is just the “coolest” thing for a beachside summer soiree. Our wedding on the coast of Rhode Island offers guests a treat after dinner. In order to hide the freezer, and all of the messy serving ware, a fabric front and signage is customized to fit the decor. And, a fun umbrella helps shade our server in the sun.
And, who can forget our traditional soak up the alcohol snacks like grilled cheese. For this wedding, a whole “snack” bar off of the dance floor is a huge hit! Lettered Olive designed boxes allows guests to grab their treats and grab a seat. Make it look like a real snack bar, also, with a menu sign and attendants.