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When it comes to weddings, there are so many decisions to make. What color dress should you wear? Who will be at your wedding party? What kind of cake should you have? But, out of all the decisions to make, the most important may be what food you choose. And, if you’re looking for the best food option possible, tacos are the way to go. 

If you have considered serving tacos for weddings but aren’t sure if it is the right choice in cuisine, look no further. Here are the benefits of serving tacos for your wedding dinner. 


Small-budget weddings are big, and tacos are among the best budget-friendly foods for weddings. Along with being budget-friendly, tacos can feed a huge crowd. So if your guest list is big, but your wedding budget is small, consider serving tacos at your wedding for a little breathing room inside your wallet. 


This is the biggest asset to tacos. Tacos are super customizable and come in a variety of ways to cater to any food allergy or dietary need. There are even kid-friendly ingredients for the pickiest of children. 

By setting up a taco bar with all the toppings, your guests will be able to create their very own personalized taco fit for their needs, and the best part is you don’t need to stress over it! 

When you have a taco bar, you will be able to save people from picking around their dinner plates to avoid things they don’t like. It creates less food waste as people can choose what they actually like. 

Formal and Informal 

Tacos can be great for a formal or informal wedding. If your wedding is more formal, then consider a gourmet taco such as duck confit or portabello mushrooms for your vegetarians. However, if you prefer a more informal wedding environment, providing a few options like chicken, beef, and a vegetarian option will be enough.

Easy as Pie to Eat 

Tacos are not messy and utensil-free. This is a benefit if you are trying to cut costs or be more sustainable in your wedding by creating less waste. Also, they are super easy to eat and prepare, which is great if your venue doesn’t have a big kitchen. 

Signature Drinks with Tacos 

No wedding or taco bar can be complete without a signature drink to pair with it. So at your wedding, stand out by having a signature drink to go along with your taco bar to complete your reception. Consider a tequila-based drink for an authentic vibe. 

Tacos for Weddings Can Do No Wrong

There is no wrong way to serve tacos for your wedding. They can be served as an appetizer or main course. You can even do a unique spin on it for a dessert taco

As the main couple of the event, you will have little time to eat. However, by having tacos, you are sure to have time to grab one or two between dancing, reception activities, and mingling with guests. 

Tacos are a great option for weddings or any party. If you liked this blog or have more questions on how to serve tacos at your wedding, then contact us here for more information.