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LGBTQ Friendly Wedding Caterers

Find professional LGBTQ friendly wedding catering companies near you. Choose your wedding caterer by location, catering experience and customer reviews. Find the best LGBTQ+ wedding caterers in your area.

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Advice From EVOL.LGBT

How to choose LGBTQ friendly wedding caterers?

Start With Your Style

You’ve got the date set. Now it’s time to think about your wedding caterers.

Kick off the search by looking for caterers whose work you love. Browse portfolios and save any that stand out to you.

Understand the Options

As you browse you will see a few wedding catering companies that stand out to you.

When considering options think about caterer’s match to your vision, packages availability, costs and customer reviews.

Start a Conversation

Once you’re down to 2-3 wedding catering companies, start reaching out to them to learn if your personalities click.

Reach out via EVOL.LGBT’s “Request Quote” feature, which walks you through the key pieces of info to share.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check answer to common questions about choosing and working with LGBTQ+ friendly wedding companies.

How to choose a wedding catering company?

To choose wedding catering team you have to decide on a style of your wedding, determine your budget, ask your venue for suggestion, read online reviews. Don’t forget you better start searching early to ensure availability.

How much does wedding catering cost?

Most couples spend between $1,800 and $7,000 on catering. Most caterers will include alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as part of their packages. The average cost per person for a wedding in the United States is $40 for a plated meal and $27 for a buffet. Adding an open bar typically ups the cost by $15 per person.

How much to tip wedding caterer?

If your contract doesn’t include gratuity, you should tip 15 to 20 percent of the total bill. Another way to tip is offering $50 to $100 for each chef and $20 to $50 per server.

How to save on catering for a wedding?

To save on your catering for a wedding you can book special offer rates, go for budget-friendly foods, opt for a weekday. You can skip the plated full-service dinner to save money, you can also go casual for cocktail hour.