Should I Have A Wedding Dinner?

Of all the things that make for wonderful weddings, food is not the least important one  – not even by far. In fact, most of the brides and grooms will consider food to be one of the key components of their weddings and they will pay a lot of attention to how they choose it.


If you haven’t decided on your wedding food yet, one of the main questions you might be asking yourself is whether or not you should have a wedding dinner. A full-course dinner comes both with advantages and disadvantages and you should consider both of them when deciding on something. Read on and find out more about the main ideas to take into consideration when choosing your wedding food:

  • Will your wedding be a very formal one? Or will it be a more casual event? If you decide on the first option, a full-course dinner will be more appropriate.
  • How much can you afford to spend on your wedding food? In general, wedding dinners are more expensive than serving hors d’oeuvres. However, keep in mind that this depends A LOT on what exactly you are serving. If you plan on serving your guests with rare, exquisite foods, even hors d’oeuvres can end up costing a lot.
  • If you have decided that a wedding dinner is more suitable for your Big Day, think of whether you would like it to be a buffet dinner or a sit-down meal where guests are served by waiters. The first option might be less expensive, but the latter will definitely be the most elegant thing you can choose.

Regardless of the type of food you choose to serve, don’t forget to take Black Horse Inn into consideration. Our beautiful venue is versatile and romantic – and it will definitely make for an unforgettable wedding day!



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