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Use cuisine to create a wedding to remember Co-op Mall 567-4010 When planning for that special day “we have an arrangement for that” Wedding Packages Bridal Bouquets Boutonnieres Corsages wedding guide wedding guide S Stylish tylish Stems tems Flower Shop 250-567-3304 Say “I do” in style! Fresh Flowers Bridal Bouquets Corsages Fast, friendly, Fast, friendly, professional professional Boutonnieres Centerpieces & Much More! We deliver in and out of town no distances too far! Tel: 250-567-5676 Fax: 250-567-2022 www.bellabphotography.net 2420 Burrard Book your winter 2012/2013 groups now! $AVE $ 200 UP TO PER PERSON BOOK BY APRIL 30, 2012 & TRAVEL FROM NOVEMBER 1, 2012 TO APRIL 30, 2013 GROUPS EARLY BOOKING SALE! Bella B Photography booking for wedding photo shoots Food : 250-567-4406 Hardware: 250-567-4451 Because you and your guests deserve the best! VANDERHOOF & DISTRICTS CO-OP YOUR DELI Will Make Meat & Cheese Trays Prepared Salads Make Special Decorative Sandwiches YOUR BAKERY Custom Made Decorated Cakes Custom Made Sweet Trays YOUR HOUSEWARE DEPT Everything for the Newlyweds Kitchenwares, Small Appliances, Glassware, Candles etc YOUR PRODUCE DEPT. Make Fruit & Vegetable Trays, Baked Potatoes YOUR MEAT DEPT. Can Cook & Slice a Variety of Meats for Any Occasion YOUR HARDWARE DEPT. Garden Arches for your Outdoor Wedding Needs Plus many more outdoor decor items to set the scene for your perfect day Call Paul for your menu preferences We cater at any location Rehearsal dinners or wedding parties We supply silverware, plates & wine glasses Multi-day functions BBQ available 250-567-4477 250-567-4477 144 W. Columbia St, Vanderhoof Catering to your taste The Village Inn The Village Inn Despite the months of planning and poring over every minute detail of a wedding, it has often been said that what people remember most about wedding receptions is the food and if they had fun. Therefore, instead of worrying about choosing Jordan almonds over chocolate truffles, or whether the cake should have an extra tier, couples may want to pay more at- tention to selecting their reception menus. Although certain foods are wedding staples, it could pay for couples to think with their stomachs instead of their heads when selecting wedding day fare. Having a selection of foods that taste as good as they look is a wise idea over having certain foods simply because they are trendy. Whether you are cooking yourself, having a fam- ily member serve as chef or relying on the menu of a caterer, think about foods that will please guests and select those items, regardless of them being fancy. Here are some other tips. * You want foods to be filling but not so much so that guests have to waddle to the dance floor. If you’re planning on several courses, keep portion sizes small to offer a taste of the different items offered. * Classic foods can work well as wedding fare. Roasts, barbecued meats and favorite pasta dishes can make guests feel like they’re dining at someone’s home and not at a wedding. * Choose items people have heard of. Instead of tornadoes of beef, select a hearty prime rib. Just be- cause a dish sounds fancy doesn’t make it taste better. If a guest doesn’t know what he or she is eating, it can be uncomfortable. Now is not the time to experiment with exotic foods, either. Otherwise, some picky eat- ers may be left hungry. * Think about the foods you love and see if they can be incorporated at the wedding. Although a breakfast bar at an evening event may seem funny, waffles and omelets may appeal to a greater number of guests than a gourmet fish creation. * Don’t make vegetarians an afterthought. Too often, vegetarians must eat whatever the kitchen can pull together, which is usually a compilation of the vegetable garnishes from the meat dishes. Make an effort to have a true vegetarian dish that is intricate and delicious. * Mashed potatoes are a crowd pleaser. Serve little portions of mashed potatoes in cocktail glasses and enable guests to top as they see fit with bacon bits, cheese or chives. * No idea is silly, and serving any type of food in a hors d’oeuvre style can make it acceptable at a for- mal affair, whether that food is pizza or caviar-topped crackers. * If you have a favorite restaurant that serves deli- cious food, find out if they will cater your wedding. * Just because it isn’t on the menu doesn’t mean it cannot be prepared. Talk to the catering manager and let him or her know your preferences. Provided you’re willing to pay a little more, there’s a good chance you can have items that aren’t on the standard catering menu. * Think outside the box for your cocktail hour “bars.” A bread bar, a dipping station, milk and cookies service, or vegetable bar are options that go against the standard cheese and pasta stations. Although it’s your wedding, ultimately the goal is to please the guests. Come and see in-store specials from Winexpert. Love your wine. Guaranteed QUALITY & SERVICE 567-4111 149 Stewart St. West Large selection of Winexpert Wines Great Wine is yours for the making We have Winexpert Wine Kits to suit your taste. Buy any Selection or Selection Estate Wine Kit and get a ‘Bottle Bin’ Free
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  • Use cuisine to create a wedding to remember

    Co-op Mall567-4010

    When planning for that special day

    we have an arrangement for that

    Wedding Packages

    Bridal Bouquets

    Boutonnieres

    Corsages

    we

    dd

    ing

    gu

    ide

    we

    dd

    ing

    gu

    ide

    SStylishtylish StemstemsFlower Shop

    250-567-3304

    Say I do in style!Fresh Flowers

    Bridal Bouquets

    Corsages

    Fast, friendly, Fast, friendly, professionalprofessional

    Boutonnieres

    Centerpieces

    & Much More!We deliver in and out

    of town no distances too far!

    Tel: 250-567-5676Fax: 250-567-2022

    www.bellabphotography.net2420 Burrard

    Book your

    winter

    2012/2013

    groups

    now!

    $AVE $200UP TOPER PERSON

    BOOK BY APRIL 30, 2012 & TRAVEL FROM NOVEMBER 1,

    2012 TO APRIL 30, 2013

    GROUPSEARLYBOOKINGSALE!

    Bella B

    Photography

    booking for

    wedding

    photo

    shoots

    Food : 250-567-4406 Hardware: 250-567-4451

    Because you and your guests deserve the best!

    VANDERHOOF & DISTRICTS CO-OP

    YOUR DELI Will Make Meat & Cheese Trays Prepared Salads Make Special Decorative SandwichesYOUR BAKERY Custom Made Decorated Cakes Custom Made Sweet TraysYOUR HOUSEWARE DEPT Everything for the Newlyweds Kitchenwares, Small Appliances, Glassware, Candles etcYOUR PRODUCE DEPT. Make Fruit & Vegetable Trays, Baked PotatoesYOUR MEAT DEPT. Can Cook & Slice a Variety of Meats for Any OccasionYOUR HARDWARE DEPT. Garden Arches for your Outdoor Wedding Needs Plus many more outdoor decor items to set the scene for your perfect day

    Call Paul for your menu preferences We cater at any location Rehearsal dinners or wedding parties We supply silverware, plates & wine glasses Multi-day functions BBQ available

    250-567-4477250-567-4477144 W. Columbia St, Vanderhoof

    Catering to your taste

    The Village InnThe Village Inn

    Despite the months of planning and poring over every minute detail of a wedding, it has often been said that what people remember most about wedding receptions is the food and if they had fun. Therefore, instead of worrying about choosing Jordan almonds over chocolate truffl es, or whether the cake should have an extra tier, couples may want to pay more at-tention to selecting their reception menus.

    Although certain foods are wedding staples, it could pay for couples to think with their stomachs instead of their heads when selecting wedding day fare. Having a selection of foods that taste as good as they look is a wise idea over having certain foods simply because they are trendy.

    Whether you are cooking yourself, having a fam-ily member serve as chef or relying on the menu of a caterer, think about foods that will please guests and select those items, regardless of them being fancy. Here are some other tips.

    * You want foods to be fi lling but not so much so that guests have to waddle to the dance fl oor. If youre planning on several courses, keep portion sizes small to offer a taste of the different items offered.

    * Classic foods can work well as wedding fare. Roasts, barbecued meats and favorite pasta dishes can make guests feel like theyre dining at someones home and not at a wedding.

    * Choose items people have heard of. Instead of tornadoes of beef, select a hearty prime rib. Just be-cause a dish sounds fancy doesnt make it taste better. If a guest doesnt know what he or she is eating, it can

    be uncomfortable. Now is not the time to experiment with exotic foods, either. Otherwise, some picky eat-ers may be left hungry.

    * Think about the foods you love and see if they can be incorporated at the wedding. Although a breakfast bar at an evening event may seem funny, waffl es and omelets may appeal to a greater number of guests than a gourmet fi sh creation.

    * Dont make vegetarians an afterthought. Too often, vegetarians must eat whatever the kitchen can pull together, which is usually a compilation of the vegetable garnishes from the meat dishes. Make an effort to have a true vegetarian dish that is intricate and delicious.

    * Mashed potatoes are a crowd pleaser. Serve little portions of mashed potatoes in cocktail glasses and enable guests to top as they see fi t with bacon bits, cheese or chives.

    * No idea is silly, and serving any type of food in a hors doeuvre style can make it acceptable at a for-mal affair, whether that food is pizza or caviar-topped crackers.

    * If you have a favorite restaurant that serves deli-cious food, fi nd out if they will cater your wedding.

    * Just because it isnt on the menu doesnt mean it cannot be prepared. Talk to the catering manager and let him or her know your preferences. Provided youre willing to pay a little more, theres a good chance you can have items that arent on the standard catering menu.

    * Think outside the box for your cocktail hour

    bars. A bread bar, a dipping station, milk and cookies service, or vegetable bar are options that go against the standard cheese and pasta stations.

    Although its your wedding, ultimately the goal is to please the guests.

    Come and see in-store specials from Winexpert.

    Love your wine. Guaranteed

    QUALITY & SERVICE

    567-4111149 Stewart St. West

    Large selection of Winexpert

    Wines

    Great Wine is yours for the making

    We have Winexpert Wine Kits to suit your taste.

    Buy any Selection or Selection Estate Wine Kit and get a Bottle Bin Free