Archive for June, 2014

The Herb Box; Catering Gurus

Thursday, June 26th, 2014


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The Herb Box, a restaurant located in Southbridge and DC Ranch, is about to blow your mind.  Whether you’re looking for a scrumptious meal, a quaint market on a sunny Sunday afternoon, or a divine caterer to beat even your grandmother’s cooking, The Herb Box does it all. That’s right, all.

As seen on their website:

The Herb Box menu style combines all the essential elements that magnify an original idea taken to it limits by blending creativity with consistency. We take pride in our ability to offer a wide range of culinary creations with an emphasis on quality and visual excitement.”

The Herb Box’s food is delicious, their passion even more outstanding:

“An “event” doesn’t necessarily mean hundreds of guests. Whether you’re thinking about a sit-down dinner for 12, wine-tasting for 20, a sexy cocktail party for 50, a fundraiser for 1000 or a casual evening with family and friends – The Herb Box will provide you with a menu that will linger in the memories of your guests long past their last bite!”

From Bar Mitzvahs to birthday parties, graduation parties to weddings, corporate events to family reunions, The Herb Box will deliver exquisite eats and friendly faces with a touch of class and unique twists. Explore the wonder that is The Herb Box at booth #35 at our expo on August 24 to truly experience their magic.

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The Thank You Note

Thursday, June 19th, 2014

Let’s face it; thank you notes are probably the most annoying thing about a Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Flash forward for a moment:

The Bar Mitzvah weekend is over. *Sigh of relief*. Little Johnny didn’t mess up his Torah reading too much, Aunt Carol only had a few drinks, the Goldman cousins kept quiet about the centerpieces, and your family celebrated an important milestone. It’s now late afternoon on Sunday and the stressful weekend seems to have ended…but wait! The thank you notes!

1. Mailed vs. Emailed

To strike a balance between the convenience of email and the sincerity of mailed notes, Little Johnny should type out his message, paste it onto the formal card, and then send it by mail.

2. Time Frame:

Mailing thank you notes within two weeks after an event is standard. Aim to complete 20 cards each night, with a completion time of 10-15 days.

3. What to write:

Composing a thank you note can be tricky. Below is a link that outlines the proper format for thank you notes that will win approval from every receiver:


Got a creative side and want to DIY? Below are a few fun cards and invitations to use for inspiration.

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