One of the most important aspects of any wedding is the food that will be served. Whether it is a firehouse that is rented out to hold the reception, or at the Harvard Club of Harvard University, in Boston Massachusetts, the food served during a wedding reception will be remembered and talked about well after the wedding day is over and the couple are home from their honeymoon.
One thing new that may not have been seen much in the past is the idea of holding a barbecue for a wedding reception, as grilling is one way to prepare a lot of food in a short time. It is very simple to cook a variety of different meats, poultry, fish to feed a large group of guests.
Or if there is enough time a wedding reception with a luau theme would be very different. A full roast pig, with a variety of barbecue sauces for guests to choose from, baked beans, corn on the cob can be grilled as well. A nice selection of cold salads makes it easy to serve a lot of people quickly and efficiently as well.
No matter what food you decide to serve, be sure to ensure the food is quality and fresh, for a memorable day.