1. How to Choose Your Wedding Colors

    One of the toughest decisions when planning your wedding is choosing the colors. Unfortunately, it isn’t as simple as putting your favorite color and your partner’s favorite color together. Wedding colors should fit into the general aesthetic of the wedding. Are you struggling to pick your wedding colors? Here are some tips that may help you ultimately choose the best hues for you. Location, L…Read More

  2. How to Host a Brunch Party

    Who doesn’t love brunch? Between the luxury of sleeping in while still enjoying breakfast foods and the variety of delicious brunch cocktails, there’s nothing not to love about this classic weekend meal. Brunch is also the perfect setting for a variety of celebrations, whether you’re hosting a group of bridesmaids to toast the bride-to-be or are welcoming a new member of your family with a b…Read More

  3. How to Throw a Valentine’s Day Party

    Whether you are a love bird cosied up in your nest, or prefer to fly solo, Valentine’s Day can be a fun occasion for all. This holiday doesn’t have to be simply a celebration of romance; it’s also a great excuse to gather some friends together to celebrate love in all forms. Singles and couples alike will love your Valentine’s Day party, provided you put in the time to plan properly. Here …Read More

  4. How to Propose to the Love of Your Life

    You have spent some time building a caring relationship with a foundation of trust, mutual understanding, and love. Now, you’re ready to make it official: it’s time to pop the question. As sure as you may be about the admiration you have for your partner, and as ready as you are to spend the rest of your life with them, you may feel very nervous about proposing. You aren’t alone. Many people…Read More

  5. Start Planning Your Child’s Graduation Party Today

    It might seem like you have a long time before your graduate dons their cap and down and strides across the stage for their diploma, but the truth of the matter is, it will be here in the blink of an eye. There are few moments prouder for a parent than when their child finally graduates, whether it’s high school, college, or graduate school, and naturally, you want a celebration fit for this glo…Read More

  6. Tips for Planning Your Company Holiday Party

    The scent of pine is in the air, jingle bells are ringing, and everyone seems just a bit merrier than usual. The holiday season is upon us, and with it, many reasons to celebrate. One reason to throw a shindig is to commend all of your employees for all the hard work they do for you on a daily basis. Another great year is in the books, so now it’s time to hang the mistletoe, pour the champagne, …Read More

  7. Why Cater Your Thanksgiving Dinner

    Thanksgiving. It’s a time for gratitude, overindulging, and spending time with the people you love. Unfortunately, the pressure to create a delectable meal is often too great. Fortunately, Thomas’s Catering offers the perfect solution: holiday catering! Here are some of the reasons catering your Thanksgiving dinner is the way to go. Reduce Conflict Everyone hates Aunt Cheryl’s gummy mashed p…Read More

  8. Top Benefits of Corporate Team-Building Events

    One of the most important elements of any business is cohesion. Employees must be able to work together towards a common goal. That being said, that doesn’t just automatically happen when people are employed by the same company. Everyone is their own individual with their own beliefs, thoughts, and feelings, and that doesn’t change just from working together. In order for your employees to tru…Read More

  9. 8 Ways to Celebrate Your Birthday

    When you were a kid, you probably excitedly anticipated your birthday every year. You may have fantasized about the presents you would get, or spent hours bugging your parents about how many friends you could invite to your party. As an adult, however, birthdays often lose their luster. After all, it can feel like another year older is nothing to celebrate. However, here at Thomas’s Catering, we…Read More