Wedding Dress: David Tutera for Mon Cheri
Courtesy of: House of JonLei Atelier
In the process of securing our new venue, we found out we would also have to choose a new caterer. Our venue has a list of seven preferred caterers that we were required to choose from. We quickly narrowed down the list to two caterers that served barbecue. I went to a tasting with one of our top two picks, but decided their meat was much too dry for my taste. That made Famous Dave’s the winner!
[Photo by Olive Juice Studios]
If you’re looking for a reasonably priced caterer that serves delicious food, you should find out if there’s a Famous Dave’s in your area. My experience with them has been fantastic so far. They have been extremely helpful and have responded promptly to all of my emails. Here’s our finalized menu:
Appetizers: cheese, fruit, and veggie trays
Meat Selections: Georgia chopped pork, country roasted chicken, Texas beef brisket
Drinks: lemonade & iced tea
Sides: honey buttered cornbread muffin, Wilbur beans, mixed green salad, and Dave’s MAC & CHEESE! (I’m pretty excited about the mac & cheese, if you couldn’t tell)
For all of the food, drinks (non-alcoholic), servers, bartenders, and other fees (like transportation), we’re paying less than $25 per person (which is pretty darn good!).
[Photos by Kristin Sweeting]
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