Tasty Tuesday

29 Oct

I am happy and excited to announce a new section with a Featured Blogger. Head Chef Cesare De Chellis of Tolani Restaurant in Manhattan and one  of the talented chefs part of 5 Star Chefs.

For his first post he whipped up a twist on your typical pasta dish. Here is one way to wow your guest with a not so traditional course.

“So every one loves gnocchi..Right?!? Here is a good alternative to gnocchi … It’s GNUDI “naked pasta” this  can be used just like gnocchi and goes with just about anything. I have prepared a sweet pea puré/ caramelized pearl onions/ pea shoots/ shaved truffles and shaved Parmesan over the top. Elegant/ sophisticated dish that will really raise the bar on a pasta course at your wedding!”

Come back and check out some more Tasty Tuesday post from our Featured Blogger. Check out Chef Cesare on Twitter and Instagram @chefdechill.

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Music Monday ~ Mother Son Dance

28 Oct

Looking for a heartfelt song for your mother son dance? Phil Collins “You’ll be in My Heart” could be your prefect choice!

Music Monday

19 Mar

Still looking for the perfect song for your first dance? This song by Joe and Nsync “I Believe in You” is perfect for the boy band fanatic and so romantic that even your fiance will love it!

Music Mondays

11 Mar

Looking for the perfect party anthem song for your entrance? Pitbulls “Don’t Stop the Party” is the party song to get your guest ready to dance the night away!

Fashion Fridays

8 Mar

                       Winter Wear

OK I know spring is almost here but since the tristate area has been blessed (ugh) with snow I figured why not go with the weather! So for today’s Fashion Friday here are some coats to keep you warm and gorgeous!

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Trendy Thursdays

7 Mar

Trash the dress

Would you be brave enough for this trend? Check out how some brides trashed their dress!

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7 Jan

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