(Closed) Is this really that bad?

posted 5 years ago in Food
Post # 2
11635 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

Personally, I prefer a single protein, but I wouldn’t object to getting beef and chicken – I wouldn’t eat the shrimp though.  I would make sure to let people know there’s seafood – that can be a pretty major allergy!

Post # 3
1465 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

kimmo416:  That sounds great! Yay gluten-free dinner! I think people should enjoy it, they might not like everything on their plate so you might see money “wasted” if people don’t eat everything. People can be weird about seafood. I think just be prepared for phone calls about dietary restrictions and making sure your venue accomodates those few folks who need them. Hey it’s your wedding! Why are people against it? I want to eat that for lunch right now!

Post # 4
99 posts
Worker bee

No, I think it is fine. I’d rather have options, that way if I dont like something there is something else to choose from.

Post # 5
707 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Jacksonville Inn

It sounds fine to me, as long as you also have an alternate entree for your vegetarian guests.

Post # 6
5930 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

kimmo416:  Looks delicious to me!

Post # 8
86 posts
Worker bee

kimmo416:  Do you have a wedding website?  My information card asks them to visit our website and us the Contact form if they have any dietary concerns.

I’m also doing a duo because I can’t have more than one entree choice anyhow.  Your menu sounds divine. 🙂

Post # 9
2511 posts
Sugar bee

kimmo416:  It sound delicious but my Fiance is allergic to shrimp and wouldn’t be able to eat anything it’s touching 🙁


ETA: Obviously WE aren’t attending your wedding but I’d make sure your guests don’t have seafood or shellfish allergies. Some people are very sensitive.

Post # 10
261 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2015

kimmo416:  I wonder what accommodations you would make for vegans and vegetarians? Little kids? That’s the kind of stuff I worry about.

But your dinner sounds delicious to me.

Post # 12
1634 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I love duos and trio is fantastic too. The main thing is will it taste good? That’s really all I care about.

Post # 13
2523 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

I think that sounds awesome.  I recently went to a wedding where everyone received a plate of salmon- it had a gross sauce, and salmon is pretty much the only fish I don’t care for- everyone complained, but you have options on your plate.  I went to a banquet where everyone got a plate of chicken and steak and everyone seemed to enjoy it, and I would be thrilled by a trio.  If someone doesn’t like one thing, they could eat another.  I might have an option for kids and maybe have the waiters make sure no one has a shellfish allergy.  If your wedding is small enough you may already know off hand if eating restrictions are even a concern

Post # 14
4698 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I’d be concerned with allergies, especially mixing this many foods. I have both shellfish and poultry allergies at my wedding and this meal would literally kill off a handful of our guests.

The other concern I’d have as the host is all the waste leftover from people picking at the food and only eating what they like.

Post # 15
3771 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 1999

I would think this is awesome! Who hasn’t been to a wedding and wished they chose the other entre:) THe exception to this would be people with allergies, but that would need to be addressed regardless.

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