Snazzy Planning of Wedding Menus in 2020! Part 5

Snazzy Planning of Wedding Menus in 2020! Part 5

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!

Wedding Food Menu Planning Tips that are Pocket-friendly

The catering bill is a major chunk of your wedding expenses. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Here, we share, some clever tips on how you can cut down the catering costs for your big day, without compromising on the quality of food, you serve your guests.

  1. Serve Filling Foods

While it may seem like having quite quickly filling up food dishes may make your guests wonder about what would they do for the main course… However, don’t worry, those with enough appetite, will make space for everything! Moreover, those who would like to savour everything, will proceed with moderation to enjoy every bits of your meal menus! 

Serve Filling Food like:

  • Potatoes
  • Flatbreads like naan, roti, kulcha, parotta
  • Pasta
  • Rice varieties
  • Protein like chicken, mutton

These can satiate the hunger of your guests, while helping you stay within your budget. This brings us to the next point.

  1. Say No to the Fancy Stuff

You may have spent hours drooling over pretty food on Pinterest. Fancy cheese boards, petit fours, lobster grills, mocktails served in fancy glasses and more. If you’re sticking to a budget, then you need to say a firm NO to the fancy stuff.

Remember that neither you nor your guests need fancy and opulent dishes to enjoy the day. Instead of spending a fortune on fancy dishes, serve wholesome and satisfying dishes that your guests will relish and enjoy.

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

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