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Number of Trays and Paper Plates

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1 Number of Trays and Paper Plates on Tue Jan 20, 2009 5:24 pm

We are having a Backyard Wedding Reception for 200 Guests. To save Money on Catering 10 of my family members will be making 1 entree each. We will also be having some hordouvers that we'll buy and just heat up. The Menu is Eggplant Rolletini, Yellow Rice, Chicken Rolletini, Veal Marsala, Steamed Vegetable, Sauted Broccoli Rabe, Grilled Salmon, Paella, Lobster Ravioli, and Stuffed Roasted Pork. How much OR how many Trays of each will I need and How many paper plates for 200 Guests?

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2 Trays and Plates for Food on Thu Jan 22, 2009 1:03 pm

We would suggest having 3-4 trays of each. You know your family the best, so make a little more of the items you know they like and a little less of the more unpopular items.

If this is served on a buffet you would need approx. 300 plates (1.5 per person). If this is being served on food stations you will need smaller plates but 1 per person per food station.

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