(Closed) Ice Cream Truck/McDonalds/Tim Hortons brought into hall at end of the night

posted 7 years ago in Toronto
Post # 32
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209 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I love the idea of a food truck, but I can understand that being on the 3rd floor would really separate your guests. Regardless, double check with your venue that you can bring in outside food.

Post # 33
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5272 posts
Bee Keeper

@mrs-to-be-2014:  I say yes to icecream truck and Tim Hortons and HELL NO to mcdonalds!! I feel like people nowadays are trying to stay away from junk food and even though icecream and timmy’s are still junk food mcdonalds is still the grossiest place!!! My friends wedding last year had a late night buffet with mini hamburger sliders, french fries and onion rings as well as a cndy and cookie buffet. It was awesome and everyone loved it! You could do something like this without spending all the money for name brand places and without all the garbage cause amn those places create lots of garbage with all there wrappings and food containers

Post # 34
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474 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

One of my really good friends was married last June.  They had mainly an outdoor wedding with upscale BBQ.  Seafood, filet etc.  About an hour before the reception ended, we had hotdogs and soft pretzels.  FANTASTIC idea, especially if drinking.

Post # 35
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199 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

We had one of the catering staff go pick up an order of burgers from Dick’s, which is a local, super-cheap, burger place. They were a HUGE hit. If you can swing it without having to worry too much about it, I highly recommend it!

Post # 36
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

@mrs-to-be-2014:  Ooooh Emmm Geee!  What I wouldn’t give for a real Timmy’s coffee and some fresh Timbits!  I, personally, think this is an awesome idea.  But then I’m Tim-deprived.  Kinda.  We brew Timmy’s at home, but it just never tastes like my XL regular-double cup. LOL

Post # 38
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22 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2013

There are artisan ice cream pops that can bring a little cart to your reception so you don’t have to go outside and end up having guests divided. I tried them last year at a Toronto wedding show.. Just can’t remember their name…

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