How to Accommodate Vegan/Vegetarian Wedding Guests

Planning a kosher wedding takes a lot of consideration, but what if some of your guests were vegan or vegetarian?

Planning a kosher wedding takes a lot of consideration, but what if some of your guests were vegan or vegetarian? Veganism and vegetarianism are healthy for the body so there’s a chance that some of your wedding guests may have gone down this healthy eating route and shouldn’t feel left out. Keep reading below for these tips to consider if you have guests at your wedding that don’t eat meat or animal by-products.

Incorporate a Buffet-Styled Table Into The Mix

Show your vegan and vegetarian guests that they matter by having a long salad bar at your wedding reception. It’s an easy task for a caterer to put this together. A sit-down dinner would limit the options of your guests’ food choices. Allowing them to eat the food that they like will make them feel welcomed. Meat eaters love salad as well.

Give Your Guests Options

If you have money to spare, a caterer could incorporate some vegan and vegetarian-friendly options into your wedding menu. Organic and humane-certified food products are the way to go. Organic is just a great way to go in general because it is the healthier option overall whether you’re a meat eater or not. If you decide to go this route, you can let your guests know by including this information on the invitations.

Converse With A Caterer

Here at Catering by Alan Weiss, we’ll work with you to ensure that you have the best wedding menu for your guests. You can let a caterer know where your vegan and vegetarian friends will sit during your wedding so that you can focus on other aspects of your big day. The caterer will cater to them and let them know about the alternative food menu.

Remember That It’s Your Big Day!

Of course, you want to please your guests but don’t forget that this is your dream wedding. Don’t forget to add the food that you love to the catering menu. Trying to micromanage how you will accommodate for everyone will become overwhelming. If you are vegan or vegetarian yourself, of course, you want to cater to people who love meat, but at the end of the day, you should be happy. Most guests should understand that this is your day and things should ultimately go in your favor.

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