Food trucks at wedding receptions have become increasingly popular these past two years. It’s a great alternative to booking caterers or a conventional sit-down dinner. They’re a great option for smaller wedding receptions or outdoor receptions. Your guest can dine on an array of food selections ranging from finger foods to French pastries. A great option at cocktail hour instead of hors d’oeuvres, have a couple of food trucks serving a lite tasting menu before the main course. This will simply tickle your guest.
Savory and Sweet Kogi’s menu is a mashup of Korean and Mexican food, like short-rib tacos, above, which are stuffed with beef prepared in a soy-based marinade. Kogi serves its $2 tacos with an onion-cilantro relish and a chili-soy vinaigrette salad.
The element of surprise at the midnight hour is a food truck. Serve your friends and family barbecued pulled pork, sliders, French fries, gourmet pizza, grilled cheese or hot dogs. So think about this unique summertime idea for your wedding and impress your guest.
Food Truck Tips
- Think about what you both like to eat
- Make sure you take fun photos of your guest and food trucks
- Talk to the caterers about choosing your menu
- Select customized disposable containers
- Consider travel cost and location of vendors
- Set up cocktail tables outside for your guest
- Avoid long line, have at least 3 food truck choices serving a variety of cuisine