- 2 years ago
I firmly believe that hosting is about making sure your guests are taken care of and treated to an experience they can recognize as celebratory.
My future Mother-In-Law, Brother-In-Law and SIL are all vegans, so I’ve arranged for a chef who is skilled in vegan cuisine to prepare their meals. It’s important to me that they enjoy their meals. I don’t want them to politely claim that it was good when it wasn’t. I can’t understand the sentiment of “one meal that is not to their liking wont kill them.”
If you do decide to go full vegan, I agree with other bees that there is no need to announce the type of menu. To me, a blurb about vegan food makes the wedding sound more like a consciousness raising event rather than a celebration of a union.