(Closed) Regarding Wedding Arrangement for Guest

posted 5 years ago in Food
Post # 3
32 posts
  • Wedding: November 2014

I am not a vegetarian, but am having some veggie options- Maybe an appitizer or two with some meat options?  Or perhaps a side dish that meat could if one choose have meat added?  Baked Potato bar perhaps?  Drink wise a red, a white, a beer, and one signature drink seems to be the way to go (and a champagne toast never hurts!)  

Post # 4
59 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@preeti22:  What kind of reception are you having? If it’s buffet, you can serve both. If it’s sit down/plated meal, can you ask your guests to indicate their choice when they RSVP?
As for drink, I myself will serve 1 red wine, 1 white wine, and non-alcoholic drinks.

Post # 5
8430 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

@preeti22:  Since you are in Singapore I guess it would also come down to what religion you both are. Some Religions do not allow alcohol and some do not allow meat or certain kinds of meat.

Here are some wedding website specific to Singapore




They may not be i your budget but they could guide you with ideas for what is common in Singapore.

If you are getting married in another country then please state which country and what country the majority of your guests are from and then posters can guide you as to what might be appropriate.


Post # 6
720 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I would think about your favorite foods, and what foods are important in your cultural background. Most weddings have a beef dish, a chicken dish, a fish dish, and a vegeterian dish and then some hot/cold vegetables, but everyone does it differently. Think about whether you want it buffet or plated. Contact some local caterers and talk with them about what you like and your budget and they’ll help you think of some options.

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