You should have a rough guest count, booked a venue, or an ideal location with setting a date. Also try to have a general budget for food. Once you’ve checked those boxes, its time to open a conversation and get a quote from us. Also, check with your venue to see if they have a preferred list of caterers they allow you to work with.
The wedding food cost is the most obvious part of a wedding catering package. You’re paying for the actual food that your guests will eat during cocktail hour and the main meal. Whether it’s served plated or buffet style is up to you and your caterer.
Your caterer will likely provide beverages, both alcoholic and not, for your big day.
From your event manager to cooks, servers, bartenders, and more, there are lots of staffers that will go into making your wedding day a success. It’s important to work with your caterer to make sure that you have enough people on hand to ensure a smooth reception.
Caterers may charge additional costs and fees, including cake cutting fees, corkage fees, and more.