Tips for having a food truck at your wedding:
-Be sure the food truck fully understands your guest count. The last thing you want is to run out of food.
– Think about extras! Chat with your food truck vendor about having extra's like a salad or chips. This is another great way to make sure you won't run out of food and keep everyone full.
– Food trucks are ideal for cocktail hours and even after the reception. If this is what you decide to do then make sure it's easy to eat standing up.
– Talk to your truckers. It's important for them to know the amount of people attending so you can understand how long it may take to feed everyone.
1. Ice Cream
8. Hot Dog
9 . Pies
10. Grilled Cheese
We always love the idea of sending off the bride and groom with throwing rice or confetti.
While grains of rice or wheat made way for paper confetti, many couples are now looking for more eco-friendly options that don’t necessarily involve so much mess. We have seen many people use sparklers, ribbon wands, bubbles, but they are still artificially made. We have found some ideas that won’t leave you a mess and is bio-degradable.
Fresh or dried rose petals
Blogger Miss Style Fiesta has picked some outfits that you can wear at any function! She has picked light outfits for a friend’s roka to the perfect outfit for the sister of the bride!
Draped Maroon Sari with Embellished Crop Top
On any special event, things can go south so we have come up with some must have items to have on hand. It’s important to have a wedding emergency kit for those “just incase” emergencies.