Post # 17
I’ll be honest, I’d TRY all of it and look very forward to trying it but I have no idea if I’d like it or not lol It sounds like even if I didn’t like ALL of it, there would be enough that I could eat that I probably would like
Post # 18
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I think it looks great but I also thought it was a lot of cheese. I would keep the appetizers the same, but make sure people can get the salad without blue cheese. I love blue cheese, but I know it’s very polarizing, and the salad will still be great without it.
For the entrees, I would really try to have at least one part that doesn’t have cheese so if someone has a problem with it, they can just request more of the other one. How about doing gnocchi with pesto instead of ravioli? That would also go better IMO with the veggie stack than the brown butter/butternut squash. The two as you have them don’t really belong on the same plate.
Post # 19
- Wedding: November 2011 - Florida Aquarium
We had a vegan wedding and just didn’t make a big deal out of it. Our guests chose which entree they wanted, and it was delicious.
That said, your menu sounds awesome! We did a veggie stack as well, but we served it in phyllo cup (without the cheese). I agree with the other posters… maybe a little less cheese would be good.
Remember, it’s just one meal… your family and friends are their to celebrate the two of you and if that includes vegetarianism, there’s nothing wrong with that.
Post # 20
@MissJK: you made my little veggie heart sing! sounds sooo tasty!
Post # 21
Thanks everyone for all the comments! Its really hard to separate what I think is delicious and what other people will like… haha… but I agree on the cheese thing. My original reason for adding blue cheese is because the wedding will be in Iowa and Amana blue cheese is delish! But I can live without it. How about these revisions:
Mixed green salad with spiced walnuts and dates
Butternut squash ravioli w/no goat cheese
This way the only really “cheesy” part would be the mozzarella in the veggie stack. Which of course people could take out if they are lactose intollerant.