Creative single servings lessen contact and keep it neat! Check out these ideas for presenting savory and sweet celebration nibbles.
1. "This might be Cheesy..." Individual cheese boards make tasting a breeze.
2. Cake in a Cup. Layering cake and frosting in mini-glasses makes a gorgeous "cupcake."
3. Grab 'n Go! Perfect portions of buffet selections make the trip back to the table quick and easy.
4. Sweet Sippers. A cold glass of milk (regular or non-dairy) gets the perfect topper: a cookie lid anchoring the straw. Do it with doughnuts, too!
5. Juicy Fruit. A mini fruit basket is the perfect end of event treat. Easy to eat, carry, and take to-go.
For more nifty noshes, check out our Individual Party Foods Pinterest Board!
Who do you tip? How much should you give? Mitzvah parents wonder about this. A lot. So we went straight to the vendors to ask for their expectations and guidelines when it comes to gratuities.
The relatives have gone home, the leftovers are in the fridge and your Mitzvah kid is happily Instagramming about the big mitzvah weekend. If you’re like many parents, you’ll be feeling the post-simcha let down. Not to worry! There are still more things for you to do related to the bar mitzvah, believe it or not!