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Menu ideas for Bridal Show needed!

MSmith

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Apr 22, 2005
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I'm having a bridal show in a couple weeks and want to offer the host a few options for the menu. I know that one of them I'd like to select is the Tempting Tapas, but I'm needing some help in determining other suitable options that will work well for a bridal shower. What has worked well for you?

Thanks in advance!
maria
 

lde1403

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Mar 19, 2005
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hI!

Maria - I have found that any of the rings go over REALLY well because the symbolism of the wedding ring. Anyway...I have also made the mini ham puffs, ham & cheddar bundles...Good luck!
 
Apr 5, 2005
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If there were enough people in attendance, you could make two rings, loosen them from the stones with the Lift and Serve, cut through one of the rings and intertwine them, leaving the cut you made under the other ring...bad description, but do you get the concept? :)
 

MSmith

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Apr 22, 2005
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Great Ideas!

I hadn't even thought about that rings for the symbolism! How great. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you....

maria
 
Apr 5, 2005
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You could probably get the largest cutting board (grooved one), flip it over, wrap it (like a present) with a plastic tablecloth-type material to dress it for the occasion, and be able to cut it right on there...would that be large enough, though? Hmm...have to this about that one...
Anyone think of anything else?
 

lde1403

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Mar 19, 2005
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rings...

I would take a large piece of cardboard and wrap it with something and place the ring on that - because the largest thing we have is the SA server and I don't think that would be large enough. HTH!
 

MSmith

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Apr 22, 2005
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I was even wondering about making smaller rings and not as wide...maybe playing around with how many crescents & filling used. But, I'm definitely going to figure out how to make this work b/c it sounds fabulous!

thanks,
maria
 

pelamm

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Mar 29, 2005
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You should be able to find a large cake board at a party supply store or a cake decorating shop. You should be able to buy an individual one pretty inexpensively - not sure if Wally World has big enough ones, and even if they did you have to buy a whole pack. You can either place the food directly on this, or wrap the board with foil. If you want to get really fancy, tack some lace edging around the underneath so it shows around the edge.

Paula in TN
 
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powelljj

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I just heard of this idea at a recent Cluster meeting, but the way this consultant did it was to use the Rectangular Stone and bake the ring already "joined". That way you can serve it right on the stone. Also, it would look nice if you could do something like that on the Large Round Stone and them you could place the stone on the Round Woven Basket. :)
 
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