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Questions to Ask Your Caterer (Part 1)

Nearly every wedding magazine or blog will caution you to be certain that your caterer is licensed and insured (both are absolute musts!), but the caterer will be a big part of your day and you may want to dig a little deeper. Consider asking: How long have you been in business and do you [...]

By |October 1st, 2014|Other|1 Comment
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Confectionary Heaven at Gardens Aglow!

Ho!Ho!Ho! It's Christmas time here at the Casual Gourmet which means our fabulous bakers have been working hard on a beautiful Gingerbread house for the Gardens Aglow exhibitat Heritage Museum and Gardens. Take a look at this year's creation Each Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 5-9pm from now until Sunday, December 19 visitors are invited [...]

By |December 2nd, 2011|Other|0 Comments
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Happy Halloween to all of our Mummies, Dads, Ghouls and Girls!

This past weekend we had over 500 trick-or-treaters pass through Magnolia Café at Heritage Museum and Gardens in Sandwich. We handed the Café over to our 12 foot Frankenstein which we so lovingly call “Frankie”. The café was outfitted with scary music, creepy spiders dangling from the tent and all kinds of yummy treats. Heritage [...]

By |October 31st, 2011|Other|0 Comments

Through the Looking Glass: Mad Hatter Tea Party

Last Wednesday we donated the food for a fundraiser at Heritage Museums and Gardens to benefit their latest addition, Hidden Hollow. The event had a unique theme that certainly made our book of cutest parties ever! The theme was from Alice in Wonderland and no detail was spared! Take a look at the menu: Un-Birthday [...]

By |July 18th, 2009|Other|1 Comment
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From a wedding to your wedding

After 23 years in the wedding business, I have seen every sort of wedding there is to see. From small simple weddings with close friends to huge extravaganzas with all the stops pulled out. I have learned that it's not the location or the china or table cloths or the DJ that makes a great [...]

By |June 26th, 2009|Heritage Museums & Gardens|2 Comments