Snazzy Planning of Wedding Menus in 2020! Part 2

Snazzy Planning of Wedding Menus in 2020! Part 2

Indian weddings are an affair, which bring fun and extravagance along with colors and lavish décor stretching for nearly three to 7 days with every meal being a gourmet treat! Jam-packed with close relatives, the distant cousins and acquaintances you either have never even met or seldom meet once every few years — Indian weddings are a celebration of love, joy and family!

Beginning with the first step — Fixate on a budget for your big day. Break down all the costs – events, catering, venue, apparel, jewelry, decorators, beauticians, and more. Create a spreadsheet to give you a clear picture of where the money is going into. This helps you identify areas where you can cut costs.

You can be sure that what most of your guests will remember about the wedding is definitely the food. Yes, the guests remember other details like the décor, the trousseau of the bride, but its food that is the center point of discussion.

If you serve a lip-smacking meal, then you can be sure that guests will sing your praises and reminisce the meal for months to come. On the other hand, if the meal is bad, then you can be sure you will be hearing of it for a long time.

Wedding caterers doesn’t come cheap. However, that doesn’t mean you have to blow your budget on your entire bank balance! There is a huge misconception that more expensive the caterer the better is the quality of the food served. At Shagun Caterers, we aim to break this myth. We swear by the following three mantras when it comes to wedding menus:

  • Good food doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
  • Creativity is key – it’s all about the ingredients, recipe and flavours.
  • Presentation is as important as what you’re serving.

Read on, to find some smart tips for planning the menu for your big day, without breaking your budget.

Stay Tuned for the next segment of our Pro Tips! Shagun Catering is here just for You!

Now, special occasions are hosted to make memories worth a life time! Ain’t that more true when you think of Shagun!

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