What’s the best menu for a wedding reception? Naturally, the answer is subjective. Some people would say that steak, potatoes and salad are a meal fit for a celebration — but other folks think a backyard BBQ is the way to go. Many couples decide to offer an hors doeuvres menu (think a large selection of small plates or appetizers) which makes sense if you want your guests to mingle rather than to be stuck at a table with people they may or may not know.
Whether you opt for a sit-down dinner with all the trimmings, or a buffet befitting an elegant cocktail party, the best menu for a wedding reception will include something for everyone. Especially given how many people have dietary needs these days — gluten-free, vegan or vegetarian, dairy-free, etc. — it’s good to cover all the bases when planning event menus. That’s where good caterers can really come in handy.
Professional catering services are a boon to the busy bride-to-be, since they take the hassle out of not only menu planning, but also, of course, the cooking, serving and clean-up. Not only that, but special event catering services will be able to provide delicious food even in venues that don’t have an onsite kitchen — like a vineyard, beach, or other outdoor locale, for example.
Caterers will also make certain that the vegan enchiladas truly are vegan, or that gluten-free guests can still enjoy a great meal without worrying whether there were bread crumbs used to bind the meatballs.
Whether you want a brunch reception replete with mimosas, mini quiches and gourmet muffins, or an upscale picnic reception that boasts crunchy fried chicken, an assortment of salads, and lemonade, an event caterer can make your culinary dreams come true on your big day.
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