Always a difficult decision to choose a menu which everyone will like. In the end it is best to go with what you and your partner wish for. A good idea is to ask for a menu tasting with your venue so you can try a selection of dishes, and if there is something you are unsure about, head chef will be able to create a menu just for you. Remember to always ask guests to include any special dietary requirements with their RSVP so your banqueting chef has plenty of time to prepare a meal suitable.
A different twist to your menu could be a “his and hers” themed, where every female and male have something different but they can swap between themselves if they are unsure – a great idea to “break the ice” between guests that are unfamiliar on the table. Another idea is to have a pre-order which some venues already have in place. On your big day, your guests chosen menu will be at their place setting, meaning they have already picked their favourite meal from your choices – no complaints! More traditional menu is for a set menu and each guest has exactly the same 3 or 4 courses for your wedding meal.
Remember after dessert has finished, tea coffee and biscuits will be available to guests, so it is a good idea to have your wedding cake served with your buffet, meaning this won’t go to waste, and also gives your guests something else to look forward to!