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It's very difficult to be consistent when cooking at that scale. Honestly, little bites or buffet-style are my personal preference for weddings because you aren't forced to sit and eat something you don't like, and you can dance and drink all night if you'd rather not eat lukewarm mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables, and overcooked chicken or steak. Rachel Karten, senior social media manager Gimme more: Raw bars during cocktail hour! Kick to the curb: Donut walls. I love donuts. I'm cool with walls (uh, except a certain one). But I don't need them together. Gimme more: Family style offerings. People should be able to dive into big platters of food that they pass around to each other, so it feels a bit more like a dinner party. There's nothing festive about "the chicken or the fish." Kick to the curb: I'd love to never see fondant again on cakes.

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