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When the Rule of Thumb Is 12 Cookies Per Guest

The cookie table is a Rust Belt wedding must — but can it be Covid-compliant?

A variety of cookies on a multitiered serving rack next to a candle on a buffet table.
Photo: Shady Elms Farm Venue

There isn’t a wedding planner in Pittsburgh who doesn’t consider where the cookie table will be placed in the reception space, knowing a well-executed cookie table can take the cake if size, quantity, and display emanate beauty and a bounty of cookies.




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Cindy Skrzycki

Cindy Skrzycki

Feature writer, business writer, writing coach. Lifelong journalist and non-fiction writing professor.

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