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canapé (KAN uh pay, KAN uh pee) (noun)
A cracker or piece of bread spread with a seasoned mixture of fish, cheese, etc., and which is often served at a party: A canapé for a variety of taste choices was served on platters at the party.
canopy (KAN uh pee) (noun)
1. A covering fixed over a bed, throne, entrance, etc., as a decoration or shelter: A crowd gathered under the theater canopy which extended over the sidewalk.
2. Sometimes used figuratively: The canopy of the stars was wonderful to see.

At the reception for Heidi's friend, the caterers served lovely canapés from trays that were on the trestle tables under the canopy erected on the lawn.