- 2 years ago
- Wedding: September 2015
as per the title
as per the title
Only if it was someone I REALLY loved. 😉
I have a friend who popped into my head when I read your title.
Her wedding, if she were to get married, would probably be like this (her BF is a yurt-building, veg-growing, forest-guide, hippy (lovely guy!)). I’d definitely go, I wouldn’t have a problem. FI however would probably have to eat a mixed grill and down a pint of ale before hand just to make him feel better about it 😉
Yes, because I love to try new foods!
Yes but I’d definitely eat a full meal beforehand.
If they were close to me, but honestly… doesn’t sound good to me.
It would not make a difference to me, I go to weddings to support the couple, not for the meal or drinks. Would I appreciate the food being good? Sure. Like all food vegan food can go either way, you’d only know once you tried it and by then you are already there
As per PP I go to a Wedding to celebrate with the couple, for me its about being there on thier special day not about the foor or drink they serve
I’d probably eat beforehand, but I’d still go.
Ditto most other posters, if I knew the couple well I would go but I’d probably be eating before hand (or sneaking my own snacks along).
Yes bc the wedding is about the couple not the food. IMO if you dont like what’s going to be served, eat before coming.
The type of food would not affect whether I was going, but it may affect how long I’ll stay. (As in, am I fed enough, and is the food good? If not, I might need to skip out early to find something to snack on.)
Yes, I would definitely go because there’s a good chance if I’m invited to the wedding, the couple is important to me!
I would be interesting in knowing what you’re planning to serve. There is a vegan restaurant near me and the food is fabulous, filling and delicious. I would not eat a meal before coming, as others have mentioned (maybe they think the only vegan food available is salad).
The part I would struggle a little bit with is not being able to purchase a glass of wine if I wanted one with dinner, but I would respect the couple’s wishes.
I do not attend weddings based on what type of food they’ll be serving