Congratulations – you are getting married! It’s one of the most exciting times of your life, and will be a day to remember forever. However, there are some few crucial things that you need to put under consideration.
This will be one of your biggest decisions so take your time and choose carefully. Firstly, ask for recommendations from friends & family and from your other wedding suppliers. Once you have a list of potential candidates, contact them about their general price range and availability. This will narrow your choice down and you will be able to interview them and ask for a tasting. Make sure you ask about any additional costs that may be involved so you do not get a shock when the final bill arrives. Remember, that the caterer is an expert in their field but it is your day so they need to fit around your wants and needs.
Make sure you check with your guests well in advance if they have any special dietary requirements. Most good caterers are happy to provide Vegetarian and Vegan meals, but you may find it more difficult if you have nut allergic or celiac guests.
Keeping your guest well fed and watered is one of the key things for a successful wedding day. Part of the fun is in the planning so make sure you enjoy the process, especially the tasting!
Top 6 Wedding Food Ideas:
1. Soup station
A selection of about three kinds of soup and served in shot glasses or small cups.
2. Salad station
This is a must for a couple of reasons and those being, there are many vegetarians and vegans who depend on a salad station for their main food, and still others who are into health food WHERE vegetables are an important part of their diet.
3. Vegetarian station
Have sliced warm fire- roasted vegetables, a thick rich vegetable soup, eggplant parmigiana, pierogies of cheese and potatoes. Serve with good gourmet bread and an assortment of Greek and Italian olives.
4. Baked potato station
Big hot baked potatoes served with butter, cheddar cheese, sour cream, salsa, green onions and bits of bacon as choices for them to have.
5. Pasta station
Have a chef serve possibly a choice of three different pastas. Then a choice a meat or meatless sauce and condiments to add such as garlic, olive oil, baby shrimp, green and red bell peppers, basil, prosciutto and don’t forget the parm.
6. Pizza station
If there is a place to cook the pizza fresh so it can be served hot do an assortment of pizzas and serve them by the slice.
Dogwood Catering4961 Lower Roswell Rd #117,Marietta, GA 30068