This is the best day of my life, I don’t want you to mess it up. Everything needs to be perfect. No mismanagement and all should go smoothly. These are the set of instructions that you give to your caterer. Managing a wedding, and that too your own is a daunting task. Running here and there to get the preparations, handing out invites, and arranging for almost everything. Being on an emotional rollercoaster and still trying to manage everything that you and your spouse love are both sweet and exhausting.
In order to make things easier, here is a smart little list of questions that you should ask your caterer, before your wedding, it covers all the bases for your wedding;
Have You Worked At My Venue Before?
This is the smartest question. You can simply ask him to show arrangement sample pictures (if he/she has one) or the arrangements he/she made back then and ask him to make appropriate changes to bring a bit more uniqueness to your wedding. Not only this, since the caterer has worked before, he would be able to give more insights and would help you to improve on the mistakes which were made the last time.
Which Services Are Not Included?
Save your time, you can see what a caterer offers over the internet, pamphlets, and all the marketing material he provides. Get straight down to the business and ask him what is not included! It gives you a much larger picture and gives you the tools to work with while deciding on the caterer.
Once The Guest Count Is Given, Do You Allow Changes To Be Made?
One of the most important questions about your wedding is about guest lists. There are always some relatives who are late to respond or some friend who wants to bring a plus one in the last minute. Ask your caterer if he entertains last-minute changes in the guest lists.
How Many Events Will You Cater On My Wedding Day?
Among all the other questions you asked, ask him/her how many other events is he/she handling at the given date, and if the prospective caterer is handling other events, ask him/her how they plan to provide their best services to you and if he/she would get distracted and ruin both the events.
The list of questions goes on and on, however, these are the least asked questions and are extremely necessary to ask your caterer. Make sure that you plan your questions ahead of time and ask them all the right questions!!=