All posts tagged: wedding catering

White Castle sliders

Best Late Night Wedding Snacks

We can’t deny that food is one of our favorite things about weddings. Rehearsal dinners, hors d’oeuvres, food trucks, carving stations, cheese platters, cake, dessert bars… the list is just about as big as our appetites (can you tell we’re nearing lunch time?). Needless to say, we’re huge fans of surprising guests with late night wedding snacks. We love that more and more brides and grooms are providing late night snacks because, let’s be real, with all of the day’s excitement and a bumping dance floor calling your name, you probably didn’t eat much of your dinner. To keep the party Read More

woman holding plate of fried chicken, bean salad, and green salad at a potluck wedding

The Pros and Cons of a Potluck Wedding

The concept of a potluck wedding may seem crazy to some, but this reception idea is gaining traction—and there’s good reason why. Couples choose to have a potluck wedding in order to save costs, include more friends and family in their day-of activities, offer a wider variety of dishes to their hungry guests, and create a shared sense of community. But…a potluck? At a wedding? How does that even work, you might ask, scratching your head? And does this concept take the act of cutting costs a bit too far, verging into tacky or uncouth behavior on the part of the Read More

Grilled cheese and tomato soup shots

The Ultimate Food-And-Drink-Pairing Cocktail Hour

Ding ding ding! It’s five o’clock (somewhere?), and it’s time to talk about cocktails. And weddings. Because that’s what we do around here. So settle in, because today we are taking a two-handed approach, with a glass in one hand and an hors d’oeuvre in the other. For a post-ceremony indulgence that will knock the socks off of your wedding guests, a food-and-drink-paired cocktail hour is a one-two punch for the senses. The name pretty much sums it up, but this type of cocktail hour service pairs a tasty, small bite of food with its perfect alcoholic complement. A food-and-drink-paired Read More

Beef and asparagus dinner on white plate

The Cost Of Wedding Catering: Plated Vs. Buffet Vs. Family Style

Deciding your wedding catering personality is a difficult task. Of course, you want to provide your guests with a meal that will leave them raving about your wedding food for years to come, but you also can’t break the bank. Your wedding is likely the first time you’ve ever had to think about catering such a large and important affair, and there are a lot of things to know—most importantly, what things cost. Keep in mind that wedding catering might be the most expensive part of the day: the reception is basically just one big dinner party. If you’re sourcing the Read More

The Best Food Trucks To Have At Your Wedding

Gone are the days of chicken or fish because now no Pinterest-worthy wedding is complete without food trucks. Not only do these meals-on-wheels offer a variety of inspired cuisines, but this route is budget-friendly, too. When treating your guests, you certainly get more bang (and flavor) for your buck. Plus, with so many options, if Asian-fusion Italian tacos don’t appeal to your senses, you can hop on over and grab an artisanal waffle doused in seasonal syrup. Here we’ve highlighted our favorite food trucks that will no doubt be driving through a wedding circuit near you. Takumi Taco When you can’t decide Read More

Unique Wedding Menu Ideas

The food you serve at your wedding doesn’t have to be the typical steak, chicken, or fish catering options. Mix up your wedding menu by offering unique eats. Here are some of our favorite ideas. Local, Organic Eats  Ditch the stuffy catering and embrace this unpolished, natural look. Serve seasonal foods from local vendors for a delicious dinner menu. The farm to table trend is a great one – not only do the fresh ingredients taste better, but they are better for you. Looking for some recipes to try at home before organizing the meal for your big day? We love Southern Read More