As brides are searching for something to set their wedding apart from most, mealtime is an easy way to mesmerize guests. Whether that is setting up a popcorn station, handing out single-serve strawberry bites before the ceremony, or kebabs to serve on the go, there are many ways to wow guests - one popular trend in 2021 is food trucks.
Guests may not walk out of a wedding remembering how the perfectly wrapped napkins looked or that the DJ played the wrong opening song, but the food served will be the conversation starter for every attendee. Bad food? Now 150 people are talking about how dry the chicken was. Great food? Waste won't be an issue.
Catering is a huge part of a wedding, so naturally, it's a great place to start getting creative. The street food frenzy has won over the hearts of wedding planners looking for something new to add to their wedding day, and as food trucks emerged with unique dishes and cheaper costs, brides and grooms flock towards them. More brides are hiring food trucks to cater their weddings than traditional caterers.
Food trucks are becoming much more popular as brides are searching for inexpensive ways to cater their weddings. To stand out from the crowd, consider catering to wedding-goers. Doing so will give your business some much-needed exposure by the large community weddings attract.
Did you know, the price-per-person from traditional wedding caterers is between $70-$100? Food trucks drop that number