Tasty and Affordable Wedding Catering Options
It’s no secret that weddings are getting more expensive. In fact, the average wedding in the U.K. now costs over £30,000. That’s more than a pretty penny, and it’s easy to see why so many couples are looking for ways to keep within their budgets.
One of the easiest ways to keep costs low during your own wedding planning is with the catering. In this guide, we’ll explore some of the affordable options to serve your guests. I hope you brought your appetite!
First, why not consider a hog roast caterer? Roasting pork has been a traditional cuisine for thousands of years. In the U.K., hog roasts have traditionally been at the centre of celebrations.
Traditionally, hog roasts were roasted on a spit by turning the pig under a flame or in a large oven. This tradition dates back to the Saxons, and it’s a delicious way to celebrate saying “I do!” Because this is a large dish that serves many, you’ll also cut down on costs without compromising on taste.
Read more: Hog roasts for weddings.
Though less common, casseroles are becoming a great option for weddings on a budget. Casseroles are easy to make in large quantities, so they’re ideal for parties of all sizes.
When it comes to knowing what type of casserole to cook, focus on the time of year. A seasonal casserole is a great way to add to the setting and theme of your wedding event. Who doesn’t love a delicious potato casserole or green bean casserole? Yum!
There’s a reason brunch is so popular with young people today: it’s inexpensive. If you host your wedding party earlier in the day, offering a brunch spread for your guests is sure to be a hit.
Why not serve up your breakfast favourites along with some lunch foods? There’s so much potential when it comes to making a brunch that really wows your guests. Plus you’ll save big on cost!
Cater Your Wedding Affordably
Who said your wedding catering had to be costly? These options above are all as affordable as they are tasty. Don’t spend an arm and a leg to feed your guests on your big day.
Your wedding is about you and your partner. While food is a traditional way to celebrate, you don’t need to dish out a huge budget to have a delicious spread for your guests.