How to use Caterer in a sentence

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  • Has the caterer arrived yet?

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  • Once they had settled on October 12th for the wedding, and decided to use the same caterer they used for the Halloween gala, Elisabeth suggested they give it a rest until after Christmas.

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  • Great. I'd like the name of the caterer you used.

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  • Jackson stood close enough to hear the conversation, and as soon as the moron committed to buy a watercolor; he approached Elisabeth, put his arms around her and said, Darling, the caterer needs to see you for a minute.

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  • Elisabeth sat up, "The caterer."

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  • Oh no, really, all I have to do tonight is put the dishes back in the caterer's boxes.

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  • He found the caterer's boxes and set out collecting all the dishes, glasses and silverware.

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  • If you are hiring a caterer, then be sure to ask them about their ideas and experiences with baby showers.

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  • Remember to ask each caterer the same questions each time, that way you will get a fair comparison in their fees.

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  • Food & Beverage - Do they have an in-house caterer or can your bring your own?

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  • The company is the exclusive or preferred caterer and event manager at about 14 venues in and around Edinburgh.

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  • Your wedding caterer will make your day a day to remember.

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  • We can provide a contract caterer who will be happy to discuss your catering needs.

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  • Surveys These will continue to be run in partnership with the school caterer.

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  • There will even be a specialist caterer doing a hog roast!

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  • If you are having a Hawaiian theme party, ask your caterer to have the wait staff where Hawaiian shirts.

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  • The caterer or restaurant who will be hosting your wedding is sure to have one or two recommendations for a fine wedding florist.

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  • Our caterer had ordered a wheelchair when she heard about his injuries, which sat idle at the edge of the grass since Dan preferred to limp rather than roll.

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  • Be sure to mention the wedding shop when booking your wedding reception, DJ, or caterer if your salon recommended them.

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  • Reserve additional services and rental items, such as a beach wedding photographer, caterer, and florist.

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  • Skip looking for a wedding caterer and find ways to have the basics without that additional cost.

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  • For a large wedding, a caterer is indispensable and a necessary investment, but for a smaller wedding, you can go without.

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  • A luncheon wedding is the easiest to do without a caterer, because people won't be expecting a huge meal.

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  • Of course, a caterer will add a bit of sophistication to the occasion and perhaps even bring a bit of formality to an otherwise casual menu.

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  • The larger necessities, like location, caterer, photographer, florist and entertainment, should be booked first.

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  • A caterer can also use the coulis to serve with each slice while plating it.

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  • Instead of baking your own cake, leave it to the professionals by purchasing a cake at an organic bakery, organic caterer, or organic baking company.

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  • If you'd prefer to spend more time mingling, a caterer is a great option.

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  • You could become a consultant, a wedding planner, caterer, gardener, painter, woodworker, personal chef, landscape designer, stump grinder, home health aide or daycare operator.

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  • Unless you are a gourmet cook or have access to a fancy caterer, you don't need to get too elaborate.

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  • Call local restaurants or get recommendations from coworkers and friends, to find the right caterer for your needs.

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  • This is important if you are using a caterer or restaurant for the event.

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  • Hire a caterer or organize the bridal party to create a delicious three or four course dinner.

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  • Enlist help from family members and friends or consider hiring a caterer.

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  • If you're not working with an experienced buffet caterer, ask a friend to be in charge of organizing the buffet line so that the meal can be served in an orderly fashion.

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  • Red wine that is opened and enjoyed during the reception might stain clothing, linens, or carpeting, which could lead to extra cleaning charges or even fines from the caterer or venue.

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  • Finalist Rory Schepisi, a Texas restaurant owner, will now face off against third-place contestant Amy Finely, a freelance writer and caterer from California.

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