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Ultimate Wedding Catering Tips and Tricks

In India, weddings are always a huge deal, and as much as it sounds exciting, it’s equally exhausting to plan everything from scratch. Around the hassle of wedding shenanigans it is nearly impossible to match everyone’s taste, so while you pick your wedding outfits and learn how to sync the dance steps for sangeet night, we are here to take care of all your wedding food catering needs and make sure to customize and create all the menus of your wedding events exactly how you want them and better!

Here are a few hacks that will help you choose or become the best wedding food caterers of all time:-

Catering to the Elders of the Family: Since we were kids, we’ve been listening to our elders crib about something or the other that goes wrong at weddings, especially when it comes to food. Keeping in mind the expectations of every age group is one of the essential parts of planning the wedding menu, and so it is equally important to decide what will be served and when it will be served. Make sure to curate a menu that satisfies the taste pallets of every age group without compromising on variety and health.

Paying attention to details is crucial: Wedding food catering needs as much attention as any other part of planning. It is extremely important to know what kind of group of people you are serving to and how you can cater to everyone’s taste. Pay attention to little details like the complimenting accompaniments with every type of cuisine, appropriate cutlery, style of serving, quantity of each serving etc. These little things always make an impact on the guests with pleasant memories of the event to cherish for a lifetime.

Quality and quantity, both matter: The prime concern while planning a wedding are the number of people attending. Everything has to be planned according to the maximum gathering, and when it comes to food, we always feel like quantity is what matters when feeding hundreds. Honestly, quantity is important, but so is the quality. It is very important to make sure that all the catered food is top quality and prepared with fresh and healthy ingredients.

Don’t forget to fill the gaps: Indian weddings almost never go according to the time schedule and go on till probably early in the morning. It is very necessary to make sure that your guests don’t starve in between the functions. Keep the rotation of munchies and snacks all round the day, and pay attention to what the guests require. It is nearly impossible to pay attention to these little things, which is why you need to hire experienced and polished caterers.

Apart from the above suggestions, there are a lot more things that need to be considered and kept in mind without creating any kind of inconvenience to the guests or to the organisers. With this all said and done, we at Eventia have only one aim, and that is to make your D-day the most special day of your life and offer you an array of scrumptious wedding food catering packages.

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