The best way to make a good impression at your wedding is with standout food, drinks, and dessert. But it doesn't have to be flashy, as long as there's something about it that makes it uniquely special to you and your beloved. Using his professional experiences as examples, Four Seasons San Francisco Director of Catering David Robinson spoke with us about how to personalize your wedding dining experience and make it something your guests will remember. Get his advice now on how to inject some personality into your wedding chow.
- Get Spirited: "Concocted cocktails are very important to people. We allow the brides and grooms to actually do a tasting with our mixologist to design these cocktails, so it makes it more of their own. The darker liquors, the bourbons, the whiskeys, those are all coming into play after dinner. People are wanting to have a great bourbon, a great whiskey after dinner, and then go right outside on our