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26/04/2013 at 09:15
I've organised a pamper evening and the ticket price includes a free drink.
The event runs from 6:30-9pm so runs over most people's dinner times.
We have a cupcake stall and a chocolate stall but thought we could provide some snacks/nibbles.
It needs to be cheap and cheerful but does the job - any suggestions?
26/04/2013 at 09:28
How many people are you expecting?
£1 shop for crisps and pretzels
Farm foods for chicken nuggets £2.99 for 50
Smart price sausage rolls
26/04/2013 at 09:49
So far we have sold around 40 tickets
Pretzels is a great idea
Are nuggets and sausage rolls ok cold?
26/04/2013 at 09:53
yeah! I do them cold all the time, although cheaper nuggets might not be as nice.
26/04/2013 at 09:54
Cheese & pineapple or pickled onions? Although that might not be cheap. Cheese is so expensive. You don't want to give your profits away.
26/04/2013 at 09:58
This is it, tickets are only £4 and the only way of us generating an income.
Might just stick to breadsticks, pretzels and savoury nibbles x
26/04/2013 at 10:02
I wouldn't even bother tbh hon, it's not expected. You could do a coffee stand and sell with cakes or something but a lot of people having nails / facials etc done won't be able to eat anyway
26/04/2013 at 10:20
We normally sell cakes but we have a professional lady having a stall so cant.
Might just get crisps!
26/04/2013 at 12:19
Tbh I'd be happy with some crisps/dips, get cheap ones and put them in nice bowls and no one can tell the difference. If I was going out at 6.30 I'd have my tea early with the kids about 5, so I don't think you should buy loads
26/04/2013 at 12:38
Thanks CP x
26/04/2013 at 13:40
No I wouldn't be expecting to eat at something like that - it would be a bit of a dilemma - can I eat crisps without spoiling my nails
Save the pennies then you'll make more money overall.
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