Celebrating Mother’s Day
The celebration of Mother’s Day in the U.S. began in the early 1900’s when Anna Jarvis organized the first event as a way to celebrate the sacrifices mothers make for their children. It has become a cherished tradition among families and is usually acknowledged by giving the mothers in one’s life flowers, candy, jewelry or organizing a delicious breakfast, brunch or dinner. It’s fairly easy to find a Mother’s Day brunch around town. Doing a quick Google search brings up several suggestions if you plan to go out to celebrate. But, have you considered staying in and hiring staff to come to your home?
There are numerous advantages to hiring staff for your private event. Hiring an event staffing company to execute your celebration will allow more time for visiting with friends and family. It allows for a more intimate, comfortable and familiar gathering in your own home. And best of all, the staff can prepare food, serve, tidy up and take care of all the clean up after the event. Hiring staff is a no hassle, pleasant alternative to dealing with crowded restaurants, long waits and parking nightmares.
At Culinary Staffing Service we can offer staff for any size party and any budget. There are a multitude of arrangements that can be made to create your perfect event. For instance, we can provide a chef to plan your menu, do the shopping and prepare your meal on Mother’s Day and we can also provide a server to take care of your guests’ food and beverage needs during the meal. Or you can plan your menu using your finest recipes, pick up your favorite ingredients and our chef will prepare the food for your event. Or you can pick up ready-made food and we can provide a server to plate the food and take care of your guests. Depending on the size of your celebration, one or two staff members should be adequate for a private event and there really is no limit to what we can do to work with you to make your Mother’s Day brunch a celebration to be a remembered and a tradition to be repeated for many years to come.
- by admin
- posted at 8:03 pm
- May 2, 2013
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