Looking for something a little different into your rustic or barn wedding? How about hiring a food truck?
Many couples are opting away from the traditional wedding dining and instead going for a food truck to cater their big day. Proving something unique to their event highlighting their personal tastes as well as the local cuisine. These days, having a food trucks catering your wedding is no faux pas. They’re a fun, fast, cost effective way to get tasty, fresh food to guests.
Some couples hire trucks as an alternative to a buffet or plated dinner, while others use them as a way to keep guests feed between the ceremony and reception. Not only is this idea cost effective it’s very creative way for newlyweds to celebrate their special day. If you have a favorite food truck but just aren’t sure if it’s right for your wedding? Many truck owners say you should ask for what you want.
If you are considering having a food truck at your wedding, make sure that the food truck has insurance and will provide all of the items needed to serve like napkins, cups and utensils.
Hiring a food truck to cater your rustic wedding can give your guests an unforgettable experience. Whether you are looking for tacos, burgers, Mexican, or ice cream, there is a food truck out there that can help serve your wedding. Think about having a food tuck show up late night at your venue or your after party spot to feed guest as they start to get hungry again after all that dancing. Or what about an ice cream food truck for late night desserts.
Looking for food trucks (yes, you can have more than one) to provide an atmosphere of whimsy then you should check out a few of the local weekend markets where food truck go. If you’re in the Bay of Plenty then The Little Big Markets is a great starting point.
Many of the food trucks you see parked outside of popular places around are now parking themselves outside of wedding receptions.
Food trucks have emerged as a fun and accessible trend for the bride and groom who care about food. For some of your guests, it may be the first food truck experience they have had in a long time.