10 Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Things That Might Happen at Your Wedding

Food Fiasco

I judge any good event almost exclusively by the food. Everything else can take a back seat in importance, as far as I'm concerned. This is why I attended not one, but four tastings at my reception venue to ensure the perfect menu. So, what's a bride to do when something goes terribly wrong with the buffet spread or seated meal?

If you have concerns about anything to do with your catering, delegate authority to a trusted member of the wedding party or your wedding planner to straighten it out. For example, if it's early in the event, but the food stations are already dwindling in supply, politely demand that you get your money's worth in short order. The same advice goes for food presentation or temperature issues, which should be quickly rectified.

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