Minneapolis Wedding Catering
Minneapolis brides have a wide selection to choose from when it comes to catering menus. From delicious ethnic cuisine for your themed wedding to American delights and even scrumptious desserts, the difficult part is going to be choosing what to serve at your reception. Take a deep breath and get things started by browsing through popular Minneapolis wedding catering companies like these:
Minneapolis Wedding Catering Company: Lettuce Cater
Go with the picnic and barbecue menu for a laid back and casual wedding, featuring pulled pork barbecue, herb grilled quarter chicken, and a variety of sides and fixings starting at $11.95 per person. This service also includes a long list of extras, including disposable plates, silverware, napkins and linens. For a more formal affair, the seated dinner menu includes Asian chicken skewers with pineapple and red peppers, spinach and feta stuffed mushrooms, and the mango crab stack (petite toast points with mango, red pepper, wasabi aioli and delicate crab meat) starting at $23.95 per person.
Minneapolis Wedding Catering Company: Catering by Dani
Catering by Dani serves an entirely organic Minneapolis wedding catering menu, for the ‘green’ bride and groom. Start with a curried coconut chicken appetizer, followed by a strawberry spinach salad, a vegetarian pesto pasta and lemon asparagus – or create your own organic menu from the choices Dani features. Most items can be made vegetarian or vegan if needed. Visit them on 13th Avenue South for more information.
Minneapolis Wedding Catering Company: Chowgirls
Shake things up by serving a dessert bar at your wedding rather than the traditional entrée or dinner buffet. Chowgirls will help you delight your guests with desserts like Italian cream cake, tiny trifles with cream Anglaise, pear custard, brownie bites and coconut macarons. Select your own perfect combination of desserts for anywhere from twelve to 1000 guests. You’ll find Chowgirls on 2nd Street NE, Minneapolis.
Communicate with your caterer regarding your venue and what facilities will be available to them. It’s important to book a caterer at least several weeks in advance in order to ensure that you get the menus you want.
Catering by Dani