Post # 1
The FI and our parents just had a tasting at our venue this past weekend. The entrees and cake were YUM! But I am a little disappointed with the passed hors’ douerves (sp?). We had four packages to choose from, each with four or five choices. We had the choice to sample 7 of them. I struggled to like 3 out of the 7.
Is there any way to convey to my event coordinator that I wasn’t entirely satisfied with them without appearing rude? Would it be too much if I suggested another tasting to sample a few others (from the other packages) to see if I’d like them better?
Has anyone had this happen to them?
Post # 3
It’s definitely ok for you to request a second tasting if there are more options to choose from. Just be honest. Say the hors d’ouerves you tried just weren’t what you were thinking, and you were wondering if you could try a few other options during a second tasting.
You want to make sure you LOVE what they’re serving. You might even suggest your own recipe for a favorite hors d’ouerve if they don’t have any other choices.
Post # 4
Ask! They want you to like it! Just ask if there’s a way to combine the different packages to get the hors d’ouerves (jeez, can we just decide to write "appetizers") and then see if they will let you try some new ones.
Post # 5
@ES123: haha, i would call them appetizers but I was corrected by my event coordinator. apparently, there is an appetizer that comes right before dinner. So she wanted to differentiate.