A Simple Guide To Creating Your Wedding Menu

A key thing to bear in mind is your budget and the number of guests you are expecting

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A Simple Guide To Creating Your Wedding Menu.

A simple guide gives you tips to make things easier for you. In these tips, we give you practical ways to create your wedding menu.

Now, You have said yes to the love of your life. And the plans for your big day are in full swing.

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The wedding venue, dresses, and bridesmaid dresses are all covered. So why don’t you pay attention to the food your guests will eat? 

Yes, you must help plan your wedding menu.    First, it helps you tone down your budget. Then you know your guests, their taste buds, and food allergies.

Another reason is that most guests attend weddings mostly because of the food, and supporting the couple amongst others.

A simple guide to planning any event thing is to know your budget and the number of guests you are expecting. Both will also determine the kind of service you will be choosing.

Because we are interested in your comfort and ease, we have created key tips for planning a wedding food menu just for you. 

1. Keep food preferences in mind: Most people are okay eating what is served at any wedding. But there are those special cases where you make certain allowances.

A simple guide here will be to draw up your guest list. This will determine sitting arrangements and food preferences.

Try to incorporate both vegetarian options if you have those on the list. Then keep in mind those with allergies and dietary restrictions.

2. Incorporate seasonal options: it is a known fact that foodstuffs and ingredients in season are a lot cheaper.

So before setting a date, find out the seasons and food recipes that are rife.

For instance, it’s almost summer. A wedding in summer requires lighter, refreshing items such as iced tea, lemonade, crisp salads, chicken, and fish.

In winter, choose heavier food selections like steak, creamy soups, and hot chocolate. Another wedding food idea would be to pick a menu that complements the theme of your chosen wedding style.

3. Don’t go above budget: we get it, you want your wedding to be the best. But nobody will give you any award for the best wedding.

You have to focus on what’s important. If you want quality dining, then opt for a small wedding and over-the-top dinner.

If you want more people, then consider cutting back on the fine dining option and go for a buffet.

Staying within your budget is important. marriage starts after the wedding so you shouldn’t burn your resources trying to please everyone.

4. Choose a rampant dish: we know you want to give your guests a treat. But an exotic dish might not be to everyone’s taste.

Try food that is easy to mass produce and better received by many. Wedding guests are more likely to settle for food they can relate to.

To avoid any digestive problems. Plus, you’ll easily win their heart with meals they already love!

5. Put multiple stacks of everything: it’s a wedding with many people around. Be sure to provide multiple points of access for everything.

For example, Instead of putting a stack of napkins, put three in different places. In addition.

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Also, put stacks of plates at the beginning and the end of the table or even at different points in the hall.

This gives people a chance to walk from any direction without overcrowding at a certain spot.

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