Post # 17
- Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House
We did the cute little icons, with the cow, chicken and carrot. So we aren’t specific at all. I think its fine, its not a restaurant. If theres a dietary concern / allergy, the caterer can deal with it then. Or if the person knows ahead of time they should just write “gluten free” on the card below it, I think.
Post # 18
We only listed the generic categories, but included a line for “special dietary considerations”. From what I can tell, RSVPs with meal choices are a rather modern thing.
Post # 19
I think generic is fine if that’s all you’ve got to work with!
Post # 20
I think generic is fine, as long as you’re clear that they can contact you with any specific dietary requirements.. that way if they email you saying they’re allergic to something in the dish they’ve chosen, you can advice them of it and they can change their choice.