When choosing your wedding caterer, you can feel like a very small fish in the sea. There is a rocketing wedding catering industry so it can be tricky to separate the good from the bad. Ideally you want to find someone who can provide perfect food, in an effortless manner, at the right price. If you have thought about doing your own catering and you have more than twenty guests, think again. You really don’t want to spend your special day, checking the food is okay and everybody has had enough food to eat. But if your heart is set on self catering it is worth paying people to serve your food, as it means that people aren’t left waiting for hours and food doesn’t get cold. Although it is generous and might be tempting, don’t accept offers of help from invited guests, you want them to enjoy the wedding and not spend their time in the kitchen. Caterers will should provide you with a quote, quoting a cost per head, as well as a detailed breakdown of the costs. It is acceptable to ask for a sample of things on the menu and to browse around different caterers to find your perfect wedding menu, but at a sensible cost. The best recommendation for a wedding caterer is by word of mouth and if someone has recommended a wedding catering service that they have experienced and remembered, it is worth having a look at them. It is important to ask a wedding caterer not only about they selection they can serve but also about staffing, crockery and equipment for the cake they provide, drinks they can serve and their method of booking and your payment.
Having a professional caterer can be a real weight of your shoulders