A wedding is not only a great joy, but also a lot of trouble, and often problems begin even at the stage of rough planning. Take, for example, a very simple-looking question: how many guests to call for a banquet? It seems to be simpler: they counted relatives, added friends, did not forget that they usually invite families to a holiday – and received the total number of those present.
No matter how! If you send invitations to absolutely everyone from the category of relatives and friends, friends, the list grows with incredible speed, threatening to turn the banquet into a kind of mass city festivities. And the choice “by name” leads to a long and emotional discussion: will the cousin of the half-brother of the second cousin of his father be offended if they do not send an invitation? What to do with colleagues at work – to call the whole department (people are not poor, they will bring gifts, sorry for cynical reasoning!), Or limit yourself to a couple of girlfriends? Continue reading
Before the most exciting day in life – a wedding – no less exciting chores await you: the bride and groom need to take care of the outfits, think out the holiday scenario, compose and send out wedding invitations, order cars, decide on a place where future spouses would like to celebrate, choose a restaurant menu for a banquet … and redo many more things to do. In general, this may result in a panic because you do not have time, or a nervous breakdown. Meanwhile, a solution to this problem was found in France in the XVII century under King Louis XIV …
And this ingenious decision began to be called – catering, which in translation means “food delivery.” Francois Vatel, who organized banquets and banquets for the royal family, can rightfully be considered the “founder” of catering. Continue reading