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Today I’m geared up and ready to talk food!  Food and casual wedding dining to be exact.  While a formal, served dinner is an ideal and appropriate fit for some couples... there are other couples who’d like to do things a little differently. Be it budget, taste or personality that is pulling you in t... read more

Today I’m geared up and ready to talk food!  Food and casual wedding dining to be exact.  While a formal, served dinner is an ideal and appropriate fit for some couples… there are other couples who’d like to do things a little differently.

Be it budget, taste or personality that is pulling you in the direction of a casual wedding meal, there are still plenty of options!  There has been a growing trend of couples including their favorite local food vendors in their wedding day (food trucks, bars or stylishly packaged delivered food).

Remember, this is your wedding day so choose an option that you both are comfortable with and excited about.  Here are some examples of fabulous weddings in which casual dining was a hit!

Food Trucks: This is a super fun idea if you’re planning a casual outdoor event! Your favorite food truck can pull right up to the party!

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Wedding Food Trucks
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Food Truck Weddings
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Food Bars: Food bards are fun because you can set up a display or theme the same way you would with a sweets table!  Lots of ways to get creative with this option.

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Wedding Food Ideas

You may even choose to have a a cocktail reception and serve signature drinks and light hors d’oeuvres rather than a full meal.  If you’re going in this direction, mini food options are always fun too!  Like that idea?  Check out Stacy’s post Big Food… Small Bites!

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These are also fun ideas for a rehearsal dinner if you prefer to go casual then and save your wedding for a fancier feast!  What will you be serving at your wedding events?

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