Post # 1
I actually have 2 seperate questions for you ladies.
Our dinner menu is your typical beef, chicken, fish options. We will do vegetarian by request, but I don’t know any veggies coming I don’t *think*.
1. How do we communicate vegetarian by request? Our RSVP card is doing the picture thing. So you initial next to a picture of a cow, a chicken, or a fish. We are doing it madlib style as well, so the RSVP card is already pretty full. So do we put on our website to contact us with any dietary restrictions?
2. Have any of you bees described more detail about your dinner selections on your website?
Post # 3
@nixietink: i would like to know this too
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2014 - Cedar Lake Cellars
As a veg, I’ve written a note on those cards. I’ve written in that I won’t eat meat so don’t waste the money unless I can get sides or something.
I don’t know if I’d be that ballsy if I didn’t know the bride and groom well though….
Post # 5
Can you add a carrot or something for the veggie option? My fiance is a vegetarian, so this is something with always struggle with when RSVPing to a wedding. If it’s not on the card, we would have no way of knowing if having a veggie option is even available.
Or maybe put an asterisk next to the menu with a note to contact you with other options? That’s tough though if there is no room left on the card 🙁
Post # 6
My caterer can provide veg meals by request, but I don’t know if that means I can list it as an option on the rsvp card. I think I might put a note at the bottom to let me know of any dietary restrictions.