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ktanney4 | Sep 22, 2009 06:46 PM

I'm planning my wedding for Sept 11, 2010 at the 1840s Ballroom, City Lites Room. The room/vibe is kitchy/eclectic. As with many locations, a specific caterer list is provided that we must choose from. We have approx 160ish people that probably would attend. We are on a budget so I'd like to try and figure out the most economical way to cater our wedding. We are open to the buffet option but I just don't want the food or ambiance to feel like a lunch line! My fiance' has connections to the liquor business so a MUST is that we provide our own alcohol. I heard this saves on a lot of cost:)
As we both aren't HUGE foodies but love great food, here are the caterer options. I do like beautiful presentation but I also don't want people to be hungry because the garnish is larger than the "food."
Please respond with any recommendations. Thank you!

Absolutely Perfect Catering
Catering by Carlton
Chales Levie Inc
The Classic Catering People
Hunt Valley Catering
Innovative Gourmet
Putting on the Ritz
Simply Elegant
Squire's Catering
Uptown Catering

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