If the restaurant is only a few minutes away from your wedding venue and has enough parking spaces, your guests can also drive themselves after your ceremony ends.
3. Review the Menu
The right restaurant for your wedding reception will have something for everyone’s dietary needs or preferences. After checking your guests’ RSVP cards for allergies, look for nourishing entrees with plant-based or gluten-free ingredients to satisfy everyone who attends your wedding.
4. Check Your Budget
The dreamiest venue won’t be as enchanting if it maxes out your wedding budget. See how much you can spend on your reception catering to narrow down your restaurant options.
Unless you want an adults-only wedding, your reception restaurant will need to know how many kids will attend your dinner. They’ll have to check their booster seat and high chair stock, along with how many supplies they’ll need.
You might also pick a restaurant off of your list that only serves people over 18, so double-check that kids are allowed before making your reservation.
Choose the Right Restaurant
While you’re handling the many details surrounding your wedding, don’t feel stressed about choosing the right restaurant for your reception. These tips will streamline the process so you’re all in good hands when you’re ready to eat after your ceremony.