Example Menus

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All-Inclusive Wedding Menu

An all inclusive wedding is a perfect way to have the wedding of your dreams with no stress. The packages are built to have almost everything you need included in one affordable and easy to understand price. People take advantage of these menu’s when they are flexible with dates or price points and often times find that the wedding planning process is moved along much faster. Wedding Cakes, DJ’s, Florists, and photographers are often included in these packages.
 




 



Brunch Weddings

Brunch weddings are becoming quite the trend these days, and there are so many reasons why they are increasing in popularity. Not only can brunch weddings be more affordable, but many aspects make a brunch wedding more fun, too. Amazing and Fun Cocktails, more time with your guests, and more creative stations are just a few of the reasons people are choosing these more and more often
 










 



Wedding Buffets

Buffets are a timeless classic in the wedding planning process. The reason why people choose these are easy to find. Food stations are set up on long tables where guests can walk along and serve themselves. A buffet-style reception is usually considered the most casual style of meal service. Fewer servers are needed with a buffet reception, which means you may save some money on your catering-staff. Buffets make it easier and more cost effective to provide guests with a variety of choices, which is helpful since many people have so many types of allergies and dietary restrictions. This service style also promotes mingling and interacting among guests.
 




 



Plated Wedding Menus

A plated, sit-down dinner is considered the most traditional and formal option as each guest is individually served a plated meal. Typically, guests are served three courses: appetizer, entrée, and dessert. Venues will usually give guests a choice of two (or three) entrées, which they select beforehand; another option is to serve each guest two proteins, such as meat and fish, on one plate (sometimes called a "duet" plate). Everyone at the table gets their food at the same time. Also, your caterer will know exactly how much food to purchase since each meal is pre-selected, so your food costs will be lower than a buffet or family-style meal. You can spread out activities (like dances and toasts) in between each course to keep guests engaged and maintain a nice energy throughout the meal service.
 



 



Station Wedding Menus

A station-style reception is one where the food is spread out among different "stations" throughout the reception space. For example, there may be one area that is a carving station, a raw bar, a tapas station, a dessert station, and so forth. The portions served at each station are typically on the smaller side, usually requiring just two or three bites to finish. Creative food stations and presentations are crowd pleasers; guests will also appreciate the wide variety of dishes and the interactive element. Since the stations are spread out throughout the space, guests won't likely have to wait in line (for very long, at least). At cook-to-order stations, guests can request exactly how they would like their dish prepared. This meal style also promotes a lot of interaction among guests.