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Marriage equality on the rise in the deep south!
It's official: Arizona is No. 31 for states with marriage equality!
The world is finally changing its ways on gay rights and it’s about time.
A federal judge ruled Sunday that Alaska’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional, paving the way for same-sex couples to begin marrying in the state for the first time.
A great way to get your family and friends jazzed about the food offerings at your wedding reception is to give them lots to choose from. One hot way to do that right now? A food bar. But while mashed potato bars and candy bars are somewhat common, there are multiple ways that you can present a spread of goodies for your guests.
Warm tortillas, colorful veggies, and different choices of meats, not to mention a plethora of salsas—sounds like a fiesta! Add a touch of the Southwest to your meal and let your guests build their own tacos.
Mashed potatoes have been done, so add a side dish of grits to your menu and let guests top the savory Southern staple with cheeses, chives, tomatoes, onions and bacon.
If you’re having a brunch reception, let guests choose their favorite toppings for stacks of fluffy pancakes. From flavored syrups to fruit, chocolate chips and whipped cream, adults and children will love to make their own.
One dessert that deserves a place at your wedding reception is the French favorite: crepes. Provide fruits, chocolate mousse, lemon curd and chocolate-hazelnut spread and your guests won’t stop raving about the sweetness.
If you’re having a family-friendly bash, consider an ice cream sundae bar reminiscent of an old-fashioned scoop shop. Provide classic sundae dishes instead of cones, to prevent guests from dripping on their party clothes!
Different flavors of graham crackers and chocolate, even flavored marshmallows, can kick a s’mores bar up a notch, and provide a fun activity while guests roast their creations over a fire.
TRAIL MIX BAR
Send guests home with a healthy, sweet snack that they mix together themselves. Set out empty jars and let everyone choose between peanuts, pretzels, raisins, chocolate candies and other goodies.
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