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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Formal glass settings

Wine glasses are an important part of your table setting. Place them on the table in triangular

position. The Water glass is in front of the plate or desert fork, Now you form the triangle of wine glasses; Red Wine Glass, White Wine Glass, Desert Wine Glass. For less formal occasions, for toast, the

order of glasses can be wine, water, tea. Place these glasses in a stair position, or tier. CHEERS.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Details Make All the Difference

It is the day before your banquet. You have your organized list. Of course all of the preparations have been made. I hope you are not waiting until the last minute to get your silverware, and glasses ready. These things should be standing by and ready to go. Sugar caddy's, salt and pepper shakers, candles and globes. Unless your patron has decided to do their own decor candles are usually appreciated. Your table clothes and napkins are nicely done and ready for action. Oh, by the way if you are folding your napkins make sure you have a box of them pre-folded it will save you so much time.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

A Banquet That Sparkles

So you want a banquet setting that out shines all the rest. In order to get this effect you only need to give a little time to a couple of details. Take the time to polish your silverware and polish your glasses. These items may look just fine but after you have taken the time to polish them up a little, the results will be extremely pleasant. Polishing your glasses and silverware will only take a little extra time, but the effort will be well worth the time spent.