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Dream Wedding Menu: It's Super Easy to make it Happen!

Every wedding guest secretly hopes for amazing food. Lucky for you, planning a standout reception menu is easier than you think. All it takes is a little prep work, some creativity, and a marvelous caterer.

  • What to serve - The easiest way to narrow down your choice of dishes is to start with what you as a couple both love. You both need to enjoy your first married meal together! Your wedding is an opportunity to share something intimate with your guests such as your combined culinary heritage or the fact that you had your first date over beer and brats. Just remember that your guests culinary tastes might not be as adventurous as your own. Your caterer will also offer suggestions, and they should help you choose flavors that go well together.

  • Mix It Up - Guests will savor Midwestern filet mignon and seafood paella with the flatbread & lavosh bar station. They can also feast on assorted mini gourmet dessert bites and homemade peach cobbler.

  • Pay attention to the season - By using local, seasonal products, the menu can really reflect the time and place of your wedding. Additionally, you can feel great knowing that you are going to be providing your guests the most delicious, local and fresh seasonal products available!

  • Consider the setting and venue - Is your reception formal or more rustic? Will it be in a museum or at the beach? The style of the reception and location should be reflected in the menu.

  • Keep it simple - If you’re having a hard time deciding on a course, remember to keep it simple. By choosing a traditional meal such as filet mignon or sea bass, chances are a majority of your guests will be happy with the course you choose. This is an easy tip to use to ensure you choose the best dishes for your wedding reception menu.

Congratulations!!! Your on your way to planning the most memorable party of your life.

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