Weddings are a special occasion that is looked forward to by many people and especially couples. Planning a wedding last minute may seem like a stretch and stressful, but with the right tools by your side, it can definitely be done. Here are some tips for planning your last minute Staten Island wedding from Chez Vous Catering and Party Rentals.
Easter is the most important day of the Christian calendar year. Easter celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, the end of Lent and the last day of the Easter Triduum. This Easter tradition symbolizes the triumph of good over evil, along with the triumph of sin, death and the physical body.
Why pay $250 per person – or more – for your Staten Island wedding, when you can get the same quality for between $60 and $125? Your Staten Island wedding is a very special day and it should not break your bank in order for you to celebrate.
Searching for a great Staten Island catering menu for your next event? Look no further than Chez Vous Catering. We have many Staten Island catering menu options to choose from including vegetarian, vegan and paleo menu options if needed.
A New Year’s Eve Party – the symbol of saying goodbye to the end of the last year and a celebration of the new. Everyone looks forward to either throwing a New Year’s Eve bash or being invited to one. While you are getting your resolutions ready, start planning your Staten Island New Year’s Eve party. Get all your good friends and family together in one spot to be thankful for the past and look forward to the future.
October arriving means several things, first the change of seasons but if you’re German or a beer lover you also know that many Oktoberfest events are afoot. What should you provide at your event if you plan to have one? What will your guests like?
You might have heard the expression “About to pop!” and if you have then you already know that it means someone is just nearing the end of their pregnancy and they’re ready to “pop” and have their baby.
Even though the year is 2017, people still love to party like it’s the old days. One of the most popular pieces of literature of all time is The Great Gatsby, which was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald and is set in the 1920’s.
Every year Thanksgiving comes and goes just like it did the year before. You might hear your friends or family talk about how great their Christmas was or how terrifyingly awesome their Halloween might have been, but you never hear anyone boast about how enjoyable their Thanksgiving was. Most people loathe Thanksgiving because they feel it causes a lot of stress in both the people attending and also the people responsible for hosting. But if you were to take the stress factor away, would the holiday become more enjoyable?
Today baby showers can be as elegant or laid-back as the host wants. The atmosphere is really created by the friends or family that throw it. A traditional baby shower can last for two to three hours, including food/snacks, games and presentation of gifts. Creating a guest list is the best place to start forming shower ideas, knowing who is coming and finding out if people are willing to assist in the preparation and gift registry.
Chez Vous, catering to the hip & stylish for over 35 years.
Whether you select Edgewater Hall as your party site or you have your own unique type of location in mind, Chez Vous Catering and Party Rentals promise to plan your affair with distinction.
Serving the tri-state area, we specialize in on-site and off-premise catering. We can host your event at Edgewater Hall or bring our services to you!
For booking, please call us at: (718) 720-0900
Speak to our owner, Ettore, directly: 1-347-723-1825
Staten Island: 691 Bay Street. Staten Island, NY 10304 [map]
Manhattan: 575 Madison Ave # 1006, New York, NY 10022 [map]
As Seen on My Fair Wedding
Chez Vous was a featured caterer on My Fair Wedding with David Tutera. To watch a clip and learn more about our appearance on the show: click here
As Seen On Inspired Bride
Our 100 Years of Wedding Dresses project, which uses the historic Edgewater Hall as a backdrop was featured on Inspired Bride: click here