Until you begin planning your own wedding, the idea of choosing your menu seems like a task easily conquered. But when you get down to it, this might just be one of the trickiest details you’ll face. Hors d’oeuvres versus a sit-down meal, allergies and diet restrictions – the list goes on. Being well informed of the needs of your guests and your budget constraints will prevent any obstacles leading up to the day of the event.
“If you’re serving a palate specific entrée, be sure to keep your sides more streamlined. Sautéed or roasted seasonal vegetables with light seasoning are a crowd pleaser,” recommends Paulette Alkire from Chalet View Lodge. “I would avoid menu choices with a lot of heat, spice-wise. You don’t want your guests to not be able to enjoy their food because they can’t handle the spice.”
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