Food trucks at weddings are a hot trend and the options are diverse and delicious. Watch as Anja Winikka, site editor of TheKnot.com, gets the inside scoop from Rickshaw Dumpling, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Wafels & Dinges and Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream, some of New York City's favorite food trucks.
There are a few things you need to know when choosing to have food trucks at your wedding. First, decide on the type of eats you want to serve. From savory tucks, to sweet trucks, to wine trucks, the options are endless! It's also important to consider how many guests will be waiting in line. Typically, there should be one truck per 75 guests to make sure no one is standing around for too long. Lastly, consider your seating options. From long family style banquet tables to cocktail rounds, give your guests a designated place to chow down.
So whether you decide to have a food truck serve up snacks, a main course buffet, desserts or late night fuel during your affair, these meals on wheels will be sure to have your guests buzzing with excitement.