Group Two ~ Fashion and Food
· What Do the Wedding Party and Guests Wear?
· What Will You Feed Them?
Your group will have two functions that you may divide and complete anyway you see fit. All members of this group will share the same grade.
The first thing your group will do is to search your resources and determine what types of outfits your wedding party and guest will wear. What can we expect to see at this stellar fiesta? You are to design a wedding dress for Juliet and an ensemble for Romeo. You are to create a scrapbook of outfits that the guests will be wearing.
After you clothe your guests you have to feed them. Many of us have been to weddings, proms, birthday parties, award dinners, and various social functions where we have endured the worst food of our lives. Instead of the industrialized, pre-fab, tasteless fare of careless cooks, YOU are going to scour the internet and determine the best menu for your guests. Remember... this is the wedding to end all weddings! After you determine the foods that will be served for each course you will create an actual menu. Your actual menu may be computer generated, hand drawn, painted, prepared as a collage or any other artistic method but it must have the feel of the time period of Romeo and Juliet or Shakespeare. The foods you prepare must be as authentic in ingredients and preparation style as possible. All modern substitutes must be noted and explained.
Remember this is the wedding of the century... your guests will be DRESSED TO THE NINES and will expect to be eating the finest cuisine available to man. You must not disappoint. Feel free to use the resources for the other groups. The grading details for this section are at the bottom.
Group Two Grading Information
1. 20 Points A MENU of all food and drink served at the wedding .
2. 30 Points THREE FOODS prepared for the class.
3. 20 Points A SCRAPBOOK OF OUTFITS your guests will wear.
4. 30 Points JULIET'S WEDDING DRESS handmade by you (this can be a dress you already have that you have embellished... be creative!).