Post # 17
I love it. We’re doing something similar only (and you have to remember that we live in the deep south) we’re doing a grits bar instead of a baked potato bar. As long as your guests are fed, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with doing it this way. And yay for having an awesome relative willing to help out!
Post # 18
We’re doing something a lot like this, too. I think it’ll work out great!
Post # 19
I’ve been to a similar reception and I thought it came off very classy. My only suggestion (and it sounds like you wont’ have that issue) is to make sure there’s a filling veggie option. A potato bar seems like it would fit the bill, though.
Post # 20
I think it sounds lovely! I would enjoy it!
Post # 21
So cute! If you are crafty, you could make really sweet signs for the fixings. If she’s okay with it, wou could actually name the potatoe bar after your generous aunt.
Personally, I think pot luck would cause you major stress (bad food, food that doesn’t go together, people not coming through and you’re missing a major dish etc.) This is a great option and really sweet!
Post # 22
I think that sounds soo good! It kinda reminds me of a family holiday; very casual and intimate. So sweet of your relative to offer!
Post # 23
Umm hello carving station AND baked potato bar??? I want to come to your wedding!! Now I want a baked potato bar at my wedding…
Post # 24
I think it’s a great idea! Much better than the sandwich bar my mother suggested
Post # 25
Carving stations are like the new buffet — classy and fun. Guests like having choices and moving around! Yay!