View Full Version : I need some help with menu, please!

12-27-2010, 02:41 PM
So as much as I would love to read everyone's pj or tr, I just don't have that time. Therefore I would like to ask your help with trying to figure out menu ideas. We aren't really sold on any of the pre-set menus, so I was hoping all of you wonderful people might post what you served at your wedding (pictures appreciated as always), what you are planning on having, or what you tasted and what you thought.

We just need a little inspiration and I know you all will come through! Thank you so much. I don't know what I would do without you all!

12-27-2010, 03:46 PM
Our Menu:

Appetizer: Tomato and mozzarella in balsamic emulsion
Salad: Ceaser plated table side
Entree: Dual plate of chicken marsala, filet mignon with worstisher sauce, garlic mashed potatoes and asparagus and carrots.

Kids Menu:
Appetizer: Mickey roni and cheese
Entree: Chicken nuggets, corn, and tater tots
Dessert: Decorate your own Mickey head cake

There is a link for my TR in my signature below. If you go to page 3 you will see the pictures of our food.

Our VR was at the White hall room at the Gf and the food was fantastic!

12-28-2010, 04:22 PM
Thank you Desnik! I really appreciate it, it was incredibly helpful!

Any one else??

12-28-2010, 05:32 PM
Ours is buffet but this is what we're having...

Cocktail hour: sliders, french fry shots with dipping sauces, and zeppolis with apple and caramel(we wanted funnel cake but that doesn't work in this setting so they made us these and they were delicious!)

Dinner: Strip loin with Red Wine Sauce, Chicken Marsala, Italian veggies, Mash Potato Bar(3 types of potato with a varity of toppings-these were yummy), Penne Alla Vodka, and a salad which I took from another Disney restaurant(romaine,apples, white cheddar, walnuts, with apple cider vinagerette) and assorted rolls are also included

In case it helps our price is $28.50 pp for cocktail and $62.50 pp for dinner

01-01-2011, 12:50 PM
We had

pre-reception: international cheese display with fresh honeycomb and various breads/crackers and beef and blue cheese bacon wrapped meatballs (these were insanely good!)

We then had a plated meal, we cut out one of the appetizers and the dessert since we were having a dessert party and it was plenty of food. We offered our guests a choice of three entrees plus a vegetarian option.

caesar salad plated tableside

Jiko filet mignon with red wine sauce and four cheese macaroni and cheese
Airline Chicken breast with blackberry demi and four cheese risotto
Mahi Mahi with limoncello butter and four cheese risotto
Vegetable terrine with four cheese risotto

Dessert party:
chocolate covered strawberries
individual tirimisu served in martini glasses
mini coconut kiki tarts
cheesecake lollipops
warm chocolate shots - nonalcoholic milk chocolate and white chocolate with amaretto

I would also try to think about your favorite meals in Disney. The Jiko filet is our favorite so we knew we definitely wanted to serve that. The mini coconut tarts were based on the dessert they have at Kona that I love. I know a lot of people have the cheese soup and pretzel bread or the Ohana salad. They can pretty much do whatever you want. Good luck choosing your menu!