Post # 1
I was telling a friend of mine (old friend that I rarely talk to that will most likely not be invited to my wedding) about my menu choice and this preppy biotch said “everyone is going to talk crap about your food choice. Be prepared that is not wedding appropriate food.” Our wedding is on the fancier side of casual as in we expect everyone to dress up but it is certainly not black tie, I was so put off by her comment that it made me think. Is everyone going to be talking crap about the food. I am actually really ridiculously excited for our menu. We are having a buffet set up with Italion Beef, Mostaccolli, Pasta Salad, California Vegtables, Salad, and Potatoes. For $10 BUCKS A PERSON. I am sorry to me that is amazing. Yes we will not be eating fillet mingon and we wont be eating off of fine crystal. But we will be serving people dinner and providing them with a great time. We arent registering for gifts and we dont expect people to give us gifts (I mean if they do I wont complain).
Is that a bad menu choice? Or is she just being stuck up?
Post # 3
That sounds amazing 🙂 I’d love to eat at your wedding! She’s being stuck up to me. Just because its “fancy food” doesn’t mean its good food.
We aren’t doing “traditional wedding food” either. Every wedding we went to was lackluster and wasn’t enough food anyway!
Post # 4
Sorry but I had to google Mostaccolli lol. Maybe I’m not a classy guest, but I’d be fine with that menu. You would get no complaints from me.
Post # 5
@Waitingbee57: I think it sounds delicious, and everyone will have an opinion about everything if you choose to share that information with them. I learned rather quickly what to share and what not to share with everyone.
Post # 6
Thanks guys she was asking all these questions and in my head I was like “uhhh I dont think she is on the guest list…MENTAL NOTE: Add so and so to guest list” then she said that and I told my head “CANCEL MENTAL NOTE”
Post # 7
That’s a pretty standard menu for weddings from where I’m from orginally so I don’t see a problem.
EDIT: I wanted to add that my dad was devastated that we didn’t serve Mostaccioli at my wedding. LOL, he thought that was as important as wedding cake!
Post # 8
@bklynbridetobe: Yeah I dont know how to spell that. I winged it lmao.
Post # 9
@Waitingbee57: Personally I think that sounds delicious! There is always going to be someone somewhere who is going to complain. Face it, your not going to be able to make EVERYONE happy. With that being said I wouldnt’ dwell on it because it sounds yummy!! The amount of people who DO like your food are going to far outnumber the rare few that weren’t impressed or didn’t like it.
I wouldn’t worry about it!
Post # 10
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
That menu sounds fine and it’s great at the price you are paying! I am in the camp of throwing the wedding you can afford rather than going into debt trying to impress people. No matter what someone will have a negative opinion about some aspect of your wedding. I even suspect guests had complaints about KK’s multi million dollar lavish affair. Opinions are like a$$holes… Learn to ignore it.
Post # 11
I had to google Mostaccolli and that menu sounds fine and filling! I’d rather have a filling meal than small portions of fancy food that leave me starving after.
Post # 12
@Waitingbee57: This is not a bad menu choice, I would not hesitate to have this at my wedding if only it exists at that price where I live !
Post # 13
Uh that sounds delicious. I’d rather have that than like, duck anus pate or whatever. Screw what she says.
Post # 14
@Waitingbee57: Your menu sounds awesome! And you can’t beat that price. Ignore her.
Post # 15
I’m sure people were at Princess kates wedding poo pooing the menu choices “I can’t believe they servered Almas carviar, its sooo pase”. F them.
Post # 16
I think that sounds VERY yummy, what the heck is this person talking about? Is it the fact that its in buffett form? I honestly don’t get it….PS I just googled mastaccioli too…sounds yummy!