- 7 years ago
- Wedding: July 2011
My wedding reception will be at a country club where 99.9% of the dinners there are sit down style: salad, beef/chicken, wedding cake. We’re having it there because my fiance is a member and they were willing to work with us to plan a large wedding on a very short timeline, at a fairly reasonable price (compared to other local venues) with little stress.
Both my fiance and I are vegetarians along with about 10% of our guests. I want something different than a sit-down dinner that will also give the vegetarian guests plenty of options so I’m working with the CC to create a stations menu. Below is what we’ve put together so far but I’m not sure if it’s enough food, too much food, or if something’s missing/should be changed. Please, Bees – give me your thoughts, suggestions, etc.
– Artisanal breads/cheese display
– Hummus & pita
– Antipasto station
– Passed hors d’oeuvres (TBD)
– Salad station (organic spring mix, veggies, etc.)
– Mashed potato martinis station (3 types of potatoes, selection of toppings)
– Pasta station (porcini and farfalle cream, penne with vegetables – chicken can be added to each with guest’s request)
– Taco station (chicken, fish, marinated tofu, black beans + all typical taco toppings)
– Mini sliders (half beef, half veggie)
– Wedding cake (half marble with raspberry and lemon filling, half red velvet)
– Dark chocolate fountain with fruit & vegan marshmallows
– Viennese table – chef’s choice of mini pastries