Post # 1
Something chic and dare I say inexpensive for an extremely tight budget? We are having approx 350 guests and we don’t want to cut the list, but cannot spend over 1,000. Is there any way to go this route with some yummy treats, ones that aren’t seen or eaten every day? It is a 2:30 wedding, so the reception is far off from being near meal-time. What kinds of hor dourves would be appropriate? Is this even possible?
Post # 3
well, i am planning on going to hors d’oeuvres route, but i haven’t looked too much into it yet. however, the one place i did look into, i priced it out myself and for 1,000 i got about 900 pieces … so if you were having 350 people that would be less than 3 pieces per person. that’s not really heavy hors d’oeuvres. Someone can correct me if i’m wrong, but i thought heavy referred to quantity, not types. like heavy hors d’oeuvres would be 10-12 pieces per person, and light would be 3-4 per person.
but anyway, from what i’ve researched so far online, most cost .80-1.20 per piece.