Post # 1
I’m planning a small brunch wedding for October of next year. The ceremony / reception will be held on FH’s family land in south GA. I was wondering if anyone has been to a wedding where cracker barrel catered? I anticipate about 40 people to attend, and I want to have a good amount of options for everyone to eat. We are spending the most money on food & drink($1k-$1.5K) so I want to make sure no one leaves our wedding hungry.
I’m trying to have something that represents our southern roots & there really are not a lot of choice in the small town we will be married in. The reception would be at 11. It is a dry wedding due to the family member who currently owns the land, so I’m trying to think of some fun drinks to have that aren’t alcoholic.
Post # 2
- Wedding: April 2021 - City, State
I haven’t been to a wedding where Cracker Barrel catered, but I have worked at one before in the and their food is usually really good. I really love their mac and cheese and chicken and dumplings and stuff.
As for nonalcoholic drinks, I would maybe think of what Cracker Barrel usually has for drinks for inspiration (they don’t serve alcohol so they have a big selection of non-alcoholic specialty drinks you can get inspired by) to find something that goes with what you are serving which is important.
Post # 3
That sounds delicious! I’d imagine sweet tea and coke would be a safe better for a brunch wedding in Georgia.
Post # 6
I’d be in heaven. I love love LOVE Cracker Barrel. Lol
You can always do non-alcoholic mocktails or some kind of fruity lemonade. I don’t care for Arnold Palmers but I’m usually the minority there, so I agree with slomotion. Sweet tea is a staple though. And Cheerwine! Haha
Post # 7
Mmmmmmm. With their biscuits.
Flavored sweet tea? Maybe a southern comfort mocktail? Arnold Palmer?