The Wine Chime is something new for tabletop, it’s fun, functional, and decorative—and offers a wide range of uses to the catering and event planning business.
One thing that’s important at any event is interaction with other people. Greeting, Meeting, Eating, Talking and Toasting….. is fun, and it’s a major part of any event.
Toasting starts off as an individual action, where one person takes the initiative to say something that evolves into a group activity, and the Wine Chime connects everyone around the table into one unified toast. And it does it without folks reaching, stretching for a glass too far away, or hip-checking the table when someone stands up to toast a glass that’s out of reach and knocks half the water glasses over and spills who knows what and you have to change the table.
The Wine Chime brings the toast to all of the guests, all together, But most importantly insures that everybody, be they young, old, or somewhere in-between, is included in every toast, every time and nobody feels left out.
Another great thing about the Wine Chime for caterers and planners is its versatility and many ways it can be styled to match themes, color schemes, holidays, and seasons.
It makes a great centerpiece all by itself, or can be incorporated into other arrangements. It’s complimentary to existing tableware and designed to be used with what you already have. The Wine Chime, literally, allows you to bring something new to the table and enhance that table setting.
For instance, maybe you’re catering a business lunch, something a little more low keyed and not as celebratory. But you still want to Put a little Pizzazz on the table, Just remove the tonal bar add a few flowers and you’ll have a simple yet significant centerpiece for that occasion.
Many events have an emotional aspect to them—they mark the passage of time, growing up, a new era, a goal that’s been reached. And the Wine Chime gives you the opportunity to offer your guests and clients a beautiful, unique centerpiece that gently reminds them to embrace these moments we share together, to share a thought while we’re all together, let your family, friends and coworkers know what your thinking, tell them how you feel, raise your glass, and make a toast!