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Special events pros forecast color trends for 2011-2012
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The future looks bright — the future of color palettes at special events, that is. In the latest online poll from Special Events, respondents say the hippest color palette for special events this year glows with neon colors. Next come monochromatic palettes or variations on a single color. Third are palettes based on colors found in nature, followed by those featuring metallics. Palettes based on neutral tones and on primary colors tie for the fifth spot, followed by pastels, favored by a scant 2 percent of respondents. More


Perfectly festive — and yummy — ways to use pumpkin seeds
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Once you're done carving your pumpkin, toast your own pumpkin seeds or add them to some delicious recipes. Alton Brown shows how to roast 'em and Emeril Lagasse serves up a dessert sandwich, and cayenne pepper packs a punch in a recipe for popcorn and pumpkin seed balls. More

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Wedding industry is tailor-made for Web 2.0
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Social media, mobile tools and online vendors can offer happy couples extra fun, savings and convenience, though most of the nation’s betrothed aren't ready to completely let go of tradition. Some send out video save-the-dates, include high-speed scannable QR barcodes on invitations, live-stream their ceremonies for far-flung loved ones to watch online, and open their party playlists to let friends and families help choose the tunes. More

Roasted Pumpkin & Ginger Soup recipe by Feast Catering
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Sylvia Wilson of Feast Catering & Events in Spokane, Wash., shares her recipe for Roasted Pumpkin & Ginger Soup. Feast uses only the best seasonal ingredients in its catered fare and suggests this flavorful and filling soup served in a large roasted and hollowed pumpkin at a fall wedding reception or ladled into small cups and served as an appetizer. More

Expert shares stellar advice for event lighting
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Sara McCune of McCune Audio/Video/Lighting in San Francisco, one of the leading audio-visual companies on the West Coast, provides an overview on event lighting that will best enhance a special event. From up-lighting and pin spots to LED fixtures and gobos, McCune dishes on how to create the perfect atmosphere with light. More


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Think twice before buying retail stemware
Hotel F&B Observer Blog    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
The Internet can help purchasing agents in the sourcing process, writes Geoffrey Sagrans, the assistant director of materials management for The Breakers Palm Beach in Florida. Sagrans also says the Web also can hurt food and beverage team by convincing it that a certain product online is the best fit for their operation. More

Is kimchee the new bacon?
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Every once in a while a flavor grabs hold of America's taste buds and ends up taking over. For a few years now, bacon has held that position; but if trend-watchers are correct, kimchee could be poised to take over. A smelly condiment made with fermented cabbage, kimchee is familiar to any Korean or lover of Korean food, but little known until recently outside that cuisine. More

Planners cast fresh touches for rehearsal dinner at whaling museum
Russell Morin Fine Catering Blog    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
It's not easy to give a history museum focused on remembering the past a fresh young feel, but that is exactly what Greta Tinay and Dan Finkle managed to do. They held their rehearsal dinner at the one-of-a-kind New Bedford Whaling Museum in Massachusetts. Cobalt blue, black and white gave the museum a touch of fun and so did the hors d'oeuvre choices. More

The Knot introduces Ultimate Wedding Planner App
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The Knot Ultimate Wedding Planner, an all-inclusive wedding planning application for the iPhone and iPad, is now available. Couples can create and update their wedding to-do list, track wedding budget expenses, browse thousands of wedding dresses and bookmark inspirational photos of cakes, wedding décor and more. The app will be free until Feb. 29; then it will cost $4.99. More

Tricks of the trade: Seating chart solutions
Truffles Catering's Belvedere Bride Blog    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
When it comes to planning a wedding, the most difficult task is creating the seating chart, writes Averil Christens-Barry with Truffles Catering in Baltimore. can't find their placecards. Christens-Barry shares how Truffles Catering handles seating with a chart. More


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Rake in the savings this fall! Save $100 on membership
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A membership in the National Association of Catering Executives gives your business a competitive edge with the right connections, tools and resources necessary to advance your career and business. Here's your chance to be part of our national community for less than a dollar a day! Deadline is Oct. 31. For more information, click here.






Idea Swap webinar: Event producers and designers, Oct. 25
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Join NACE leaders from 3 to 4 p.m. EDT Oct. 25 in our open forum where you and your peers can share advice, stories and knowledge. For more information, click here.










October webinar: 'Once Upon a Time ... Incorporating Story Selling into Your Sales Process'
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Join us at 2 p.m. EDT on Oct. 19 for "Once Upon a Time ... Incorporating Story Selling into Your Sales Process." Cliff Schamber, NACE second vice president and director of catering sales at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., will teach how to tell a compelling story and how storytelling gets your prospects interested in your services. For more information, click here.










Cincinnati — Culinary Experience Seminar
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Join NACE National and the new Greater Cincinnati Area chapter from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. EDT on Oct. 24 as we welcome two all-star chefs for a truly memorable culinary experience! Chef Todd Kelly, winner of the ACF Chef of the Year, and Chef Megan Ketover, featured on Top Chef: Just Desserts, will discuss the latest hottest food trends while demonstrating their masterful skills in the kitchen. For more information, click here.



 
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