- 7 years ago
- Wedding: April 2016 - Ed Oliver Golf Club, Wilmington, DE
As an FYI, it might be difficult to have them inside because usually food trucks are left running (so exhaust filling up inside the airplane hangar) or they use generator for power (which are super loud!). You wouldn’t want to have a reception that smells like diesel :/
I like the idea of a food truck, but feel like the line to get food would be way too long, esp if you have a decent sized wedding.
I love the idea! It’s not going to work for our wedding but we’re considering a taco truck at our rehearsal dinner! I would look for a food truck that has experience in catering events (whether they are weddings or not), that way you won’t have to worry about them running out of food like someone mentioned above! I also like the idea to somehow incorporate sides or other dishes so everyone can fill up on yummy food.
My wedding is in the town I grew up, and I’m currently living 10 hours away near the town my fiance grew up (we met here while I was going to school). My wedding is a fancy formal affair with amazing food which my mom is helping me plan, and I’m sure it will be great in the end, but sometimes it is totally overwhelming. We joke about if we were getting married where we live, we would have just booked the very plain (and probably free) firehall and have a bunch of food trucks come. There aren’t many really suburb restaurants or caterers in the area, but there are a bunch of fabulous food trucks and having top notch quality food was of top importance to us. We joke about it because it is SO different from the wedding we will actually have, but I think we really would have done it if we were getting married around here.
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