Wednesday, May 21, 2014

10 Things to Keep in Mind for Your Outdoor Summer Wedding

The biggest draw towards the Spring and Summer wedding is the ability to hold your celebration outside. Nothing speaks of romance like a gentle breeze, blue skies above you, and the smell of nature all around you. Just remember, when throwing an outdoor wedding celebration, be mindful of a few things. You don't have to worry about the food, but there are a few things that you do have to keep an eye on. Here is a great blog on tips for creating an outside wedding celebration:

Outdoor weddings have never been more popular, but we at HRB encourage you to consider all of the components of an outdoor wedding to ensure that it's a picture perfect day! Here are some helpful tips:
1. Have a Plan B This is probably the most important component of all—what will you do in case it rains? It’s hard to predict the weather when you’re setting the date on average about a year in advance, so it is imperative to have a backup location in case of bad weather. You could use a large outdoor tent if there’s only mild rain, but if it’s anything more severe than that you’ll need to move the ceremony someplace inside; since most people have their reception indoors you could move some chairs around to convert the reception space into the ceremony location during a weather emergency.
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Fun Games for Your Summer Cookout

Whether it is a company cookout, a family reunion, or just a fun family cookout, people look for food and fun. Ronnie's All American Catering has you covered on the great food, and now it is just up to you to have the fun games. If you are still wondering what kind of games could really get your party started, then this is the blog for you. Below is a fun blog on all the fun party games that ensure your guest will have a blast:

Summer cookout games that get everyone interacting can make warm-weather barbeques even more fun. Simple family outdoor games, ranging from drawing a hopscotch grid with chalk on the driveway to setting up a badminton game on the lawn, can create fond memories. These ideas are budget-friendly and simple to set up.
Make It Up As You GoIf you have some sidewalk chalk, you can draw all kinds of games, or have the kids draw and then play them. Hopscotch is a no-brainer, but, if your kids get bored with that, you can always turn to these exciting games:
Crazy Line Race: Give each player a piece of chalk and have him draw a long, winding line with it. Then everyone has to run from the beginning to the end of another player's line. Whoever finishes first is the winner. This gets funny when the lines go all over and cross each other.
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Friday, May 16, 2014

How to Enjoy Your Summer

The Summer is coming upon us, and even if you aren’t in school and allowed a three month vacation, you can’t help but get excited as those daylight hours begin to grow longer and longer. Here are a few things that make the summer months so great, and full of memory making moments.
  •              Picnics

There is something special about laying down a blanket, and enjoying fun food with the people you care about. No matter the size, and how many people are involved, the simple notion of an outside picnic brings your mind to a simpler time. Whether it is a company picnic, or just simply a family outing, the food just seems to taste better with the breeze rolling around you. Even if your weeks are too busy to worry about preparing the food for the picnic event, there are companies that could prepare the food for you, so that the only thing you have to worry about is enjoying the fresh air and company.

  •        Baseball

Baseball will forever be known as the national pastime. There is history in baseball, and you can’t help but feel a part of that history while you are watching your favorite team. With the amount of games played during the season, it is nice to know that you can enjoy a game almost every day of the week. Some people get season tickets, some like to watch it on their TVs, and some like to throw parties to help honor their team. When having a nice baseball party, it is nice to know that you can have food made for you so that nothing gets between you and the game.

  •        Cookouts

It is no surprise that most families choose to hold their reunions during the warmer months. You can be at an outside venue where people can have enough space to move, but also be together. You can start in the morning, and celebrate through the entire night without worrying about the temperatures being too cold. No matter the size of the family, you can feel good about the fact that you can have you cookout or family reunion catered, so you can focus on your family and guest.

The summer can be a great season filled with many memories. It is important to cherish those memories, and not allow things like food preparation get in the way of creating those memories. When you contact Ronnie’s All American Catering, we can make sure that you can enjoy the company of your friends and family, while we enjoy making you the best food for your occasion.