Your wedding day is something you have dreamed about forever. Maybe the unicorns that you had in mind when you were ten have now been deemed a little over the top, but nonetheless you want a day to remember. You are marrying the love of your life, your best friend, the one and only. You want everything to be perfect. You have planned, planned and planned some more about every aspect but what about the food?
Finding the right caterer is tough, and unless you happen to have one in the family, you’ll have to go hunting for one on your own. The best place to start, like with most things is to ask your friends and family who they used or if they know of anyone who caterers weddings. Armed with this information you can then go and visit with the caterers to see if they would be a good fit. It’s not use waiting till the last minute, however, as they can get booked up. Give yourself a good year if not more (if you live in a highly populated place) to find the perfect one for you.
Menus can be tricky. What do you want to feed your guests? Do you want the food to fit the theme of the wedding (like a barbecued feast for an outside barn style wedding or a lobster tail sit down dinner for a black tie affair) or will a simple menu do? Luckily caterers will have set menus that you can choose from and most will also let you customize what you want served. Maybe you want a little of this and a little of that? They can do that.
Caterers can also be in charge of your dessert table, a candy table or anything else that you wish to incorporate into your big day. Remember that they have done it all before and are experts in making food look and taste great.
Once you have found a caterer and have settled on a budget the fun can begin. You will have your dream wedding dinner all set. Some venues will do in house catering which will save you a lot of time and effort in finding another one, but if you aren’t a fan of their offerings, then by all means bring in your own. After all, this is your once in a lifetime, and you don’t want to be disappointed at the dinner.
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