- 4 years ago
- Wedding: September 2015
I’m pretty new here, but I have already gained a lot of insight and assistance already! So.. THANKS!
My question for you all is this: do you think that this is enough food for 65 guests? We are doing the ceremony at our reception venue, and open bar (beer, mixers, wine) the entire time (cocktail hour, dinner, dancing). So I want to make sure I’m providing everyone with enough food. I still have a little over a year to figure it out, but I want to get a good, solid idea of what to have, so that I can make sure it is all paid for accordingly. 🙂
Stationary: Olive & Salami display; assorted olives, salami, capicola, pepperoni, fresh provolone, roasted red peppers. Baked brie en croute with apple chutney and baguettes.
Passed: scallops wrapped in bacon, mini veg egg rolls, shrimp tostadas with guac, mini crab cakes. (there will be 50pcs of all of these passed, with 100pcs of bacon wrapped scallops being passed).
House salad, served. Two carving stations, one with prime rib and one with roasted turkey. Sides are roasted sweet potatoes, roasted new potatoes, and sauteed seasonal vegetables. I am considering sage buttered fingerling potatoes instead of the roasted new potatoes. Thoughts?
There will be assorted rolls and breads, as well.
Dessert buffet, including a carrot cake, chocolate cake with peanut butter filling and fudge ganache, cannolis, various italian cookies, chocolate chip cookies, frosted sugar cookies, almond tartlets, and pumpkin pie. There will also be a candy buffet for guests to pick out what they would like to take home as a favor – we are also supplying bakery boxes for guests to take home some treats from the dessert buffet, too.
Thoughts??? THANK YOU!!!