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The Best NC Catering Tips for a Mountain Wedding

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Mountain weddings are all the rage. They’re perfect for spring, summer and especially fall weddings. No matter the season, it’s just a magical setting.  You can choose a rustic, vintage or glamorous reception and be comfortable with your choice.  Regardless of your theme, we’ve got the best NC catering tips for a mountain wedding right here.
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These rustic, roasted veggies work great as either a heavy hors d’oeuvre or as a side dish to complement the main course. Your vegetarian and health conscious friends will also appreciate having options that are delicious and nutritious. Comfort foods also work well for mountain weddings so consider having favorites such as mashed or loaded potatoes and mac-n-cheese in stand alone, interactive stations.
The time of day that you choose for your wedding will determine if you should have a traditional meal or heavy hors d’oeuvres and dessert. Mountain weddings are perfect for either buffet style or formal depending on your budget. Regardless of your choice, rustic works extremely well for your main course. Think meat and potatoes. And the great thing is you can have a few carving stations to give your guests different options if you choose buffet style over formal.
We chose this awesome looking country cookie bar to feature as our dessert idea. Not only does it go great with our rustic mountain wedding theme but it also combines several of the best NC catering tips for 2014. Cute, original and fun. You have a little something for everyone, and the cookies can be taken home in personalized goody bags.

Brides, ready to plan your perfect wedding reception? Call Catering by Design! We feature some of the best NC catering menus with affordable prices to fit any budget. No matter when you plan your wedding you can expect delicious food with style and service with a smile. Contact us today!

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