Post # 91
In what world is steak and lobster gonna come across as “not good enough” for the OP, who is eating chicken tenders? I feel like the OP’s intentions are 100% pure here, but in typical bee fashion she’s getting ripped to shreds and called selfish and a horrible host. She wants to give her guests the finest cuisine this place offers, even though some of it is not to her personal taste – how is that not good hosting?
OP, I would just close the thread and eat your damn chicken tenders. Maybe eat them in private in case you have stealth bees lurking at your reception who will be scrutinizing your plate from afar and judging your entire character over it. I just can’t even imagine being annoyed at being served an expensive meal of steak and lobster while someone else at the wedding is having a kid’s meal of chicken tenders! This thread is so twisted.
Post # 92
Oh yea for sure. I’ve made food mistakes that could have killed me, learn from me. I’ve had to self administer epinephrine twice and had it administered another couple times at the ER before i got the script to self carry. I had it in my bridsl purse at the sweetheart table. I don’t wanna hear that you had to go to the ER on your wedding day. This should be your priority not if people care about chicken lol. Please report back on ypur beautiful day.
Post # 94
total agreement! And, I’ve been to and been in several weddings and not once have I ever looked to see what the bride and groom were eating!
Eat those damn chicken fingers boo!
Post # 95
??? The venue only offers for the first course something I can’t eat and something I won’t eat. I didn’t choose that. I chose the venue, sure, but it was also the closest venue to the ceremony that served decent food, and the ceremony is at my fiance’s home parish. If we were going to have a Catholic wedding, which he and his family super care about, this was the way to do it. The alternative was to go further out from the ceremony and make guests travel further.
everyone orders on the RSVP. If people mark that they have food restrictions, I will personally liase with the venue and those guests until we have alternatives for the entree (second course) that they find sufficient. Vegetarians and vegans will eat a meatless salad for the first course. I have no other shellfish allergies on my guest list. If I did, I could theoretically ask the venue to provide tenders to that one guest.
I actually legit don’t mind if you think it’s rude, but I’m tired of correcting factual errors that are part of the reasoning, so I’m going to just close the thread.