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Wedding Caterer Releases Infographic on Wedding Numbers

NEWTOWN, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/23/14 -- Piccolo Trattoria Catering, serving Newtown, PA and Pennington, NJ, recently released an infographic that discusses various wedding statistics. With over ten years' experience, Piccolo knows what it takes to provide your wedding guests with an unforgettable occasion. Their goal is to make your special day exactly as you envision it to be and more.

The infographic leads off with the fact that over 2.4 million weddings are hosted in the U.S. each year. Of these weddings, there is an average of 180 guests and a cost of $29,858. With that being said, 56% of brides are most interested in providing their guests with excellent food. Other interesting statistics include New York City being the most expensive city in the US to tie the knot which costs $86,916. The average price spent on each guest has increased from $194 in 2009, up to $220 per person in 2013. The average bride spends $66 on catering, per person. This is up from $60 in 2012.

"At Piccolo, we offer complete control of your menu, personalized menus and service to fit your budget and needs, and the freshest Italian food available," Fahmi Elabed, Owner of Piccolo Trattoria Catering.

This is significant as wedding catering is of top importance during the wedding planning process, coming in second on the list after the bride's dress. It's important to the bride and groom that the food at their wedding is delicious and served with the best possible service. "We realize that life is a series of special moments, and that some moments occur only once in a lifetime. Therefore, we will do everything we can to make sure your wedding catering is truly exceptional."

Piccolo Trattoria Catering offers personalized event planning to help make your wedding as individual and unique as you are. As a premiere vendor, for Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the expert planners will work with you every step of the way to ensure your special day will proceed as planned. The Piccolo Trattoria Catering staff can cater to any size or theme, and customize your event to any location.

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660 Newtown-Yardley Road
Newtown, PA 18940
(215) 323-5494
http://www.piccolotrattoriacatering.com

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