5 Menu Ideas for Your Upcoming Wedding

Quit stressing about your wedding menu! Here are five menus that satisfy any dietary restrictions and please even the pickiest of guests. Whether vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free, these menus have covered you. They're sure to take some weight off your shoulders.

The Buffet

Buffets are a great option when you can’t decide on a set menu. They will offer something that appeals to everyone’s taste buds. If you don’t want to worry about setting out the food yourself, a catering company, like Terra Catering can help you. Make sure you know what type of food they offer beforehand so there aren’t any surprises the day of your wedding. 

The Brunch

Brunch is a great addition to your wedding day. Here's why: Breakfast foods aren't "breakfast foods" anymore. Eggs Benedict, cinnamon rolls, pancakes, waffles, and more can be served at a wedding in ways that will make everyone happy. Most people love breakfast food and serving it at your wedding will be unique and fun for everyone. 

Sushi Bar

Talk about keeping it healthy. Sushi is one of the most healthful things you can eat. It's low-carb, low-fat, and low in calories. Plus, sushi tastes excellent! Many people love sushi, and it will make your wedding memorable for them. 

The Vegetarian Menu

As a vegetarian, you know it's hard to find wedding food that will satisfy your meat-free lifestyle. Don't worry; there are plenty of wedding ideas for the vegetarian bride! You can have your vegetarian menu at the wedding (even if the rest of your guests aren't). You can also make sure to serve vegetarian-friendly food at the "Last Supper" (after the reception) and stick with flowers instead of an entire entertainment rental.

The Gluten-Free Menu

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. People who need to avoid gluten in their diets have it rough because almost everything has some trace of gluten in it. No wonder they're so picky! It's hard to please a vegetarian AND a celiac simultaneously. Most wedding food offerings are not gluten-free friendly.

Whether you're getting married in the next few months or not just yet, hopefully these menu ideas serve as a fun start to your wedding planning journey. Don't forget the catering: if you have a caterer lined up, ask them what they can do for your guests with food allergies or dietary restrictions.

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