While this is a styled shoot (meaning it’s a fake wedding), Kendal and Dean are a real couple. The idea behind the shoot was to show the ultimate non-traditional wedding – a humanist celebrant, neons everywhere, the bide wearing a mini red dress+pink veil. You’ll love the overload of color, Vegas vibes, waffle food truck, and the style for days — from Kendal’s impeccable short red wedding dress and natural hair, to Dean’s vintage suit and blond curls.
Food truck weddings are super Pinterest-board trendy right now, and if you’re going for a casual, urban feel for your wedding, having great local food trucks cater your event is definitely the way to go. We did it, and we’d do it again in a heartbeat, but we encountered a number of problems that I wish someone could have warned us about that were unique to having our catering on wheels. So here are nine things to keep in mind when planning your food truck wedding.
Food trucks have so many perks: style for days, great food options, budget-friendly vendors, and ease of having everything in one place. But weather, long lines, and of course, the logistics of the schedule can make a food truck wedding challenging. But when tacos, burgers, ice cream, artisanal coffee, and gourmet street food are the prizes, it’s well worth the challenge. Let’s talk about food truck wedding tips for securing the dinner hour time and some general tips for making it awesome.
Look, cake is the tits. But sometimes you just want to shake things up and offer up something a little different, dessert-wise. Enter the ice cream bar! Lillian and Jon’s woodland forest wedding meet kitties wedding featured a most nom-worthy gelato bar for which we wanted to climb into the screen. Let’s look at their bar and learn how you can take your ice cream bar game up to 11.
We recently listed out 13 ways to make your reception more fun, but the REAL way to your guests’s hearts is through their stomachs, right? Here are 10 of our favorite ways to make reception food and drink more awesome and entertaining including food trucks, slushies, candy buffets, finger foods, signature mocktails, and brunch for dinner. Let’s get our foodies hats on to bring the catering game up to eleven.
Craft beer, food trucks, a mobile photo booth, and skillfully-created decor — this one is worthy of your eyes, friends. Don’t miss the bride’s chic wrap and fingerless gloves, the groom’s fancy pants dapper suit, and mixed glass favors. Oh, and check out the advice about time between the wedding and the honeymoon!