Once upon a time, evening food at a wedding was pretty simple.
Perhaps trays of yummy bacon sandwiches and warm sausages circulating, or a buffet-style cheeseboard from which guests could help themselves. These days however there is an opportunity to be more creative and add a new dimension to a wedding with the arrival of a food truck.
Over the last 10 years we have seen the wedding food truck evolve from wood-burning pizza vans through to a wonderful array of mobile eateries. And if the venue lends itself to a festival wedding vibe, we’ve loved organising weddings where food trucks are not just the evening affair but provide all the culinary delights for the day. This really does require a certain type of venue with ample outside space, a relaxed guest list who will enjoy the help yourself choices available and a good wet weather contingency.
So if you’re looking to add some photogenic, delicious pizzaz to a Sussex wedding, for the evening or otherwise, here’s our guide to some of the best food trucks and mobile eateries out there:
This recommended list of favourites spans many cuisines from pizza through to crepes, Mexican, oysters through to ‘fish and chips’ and ice cream.
Dough & Deer
These guys really know how to make a pizza and do so out of a customised, premium, mobile Land Rover (handy when coming to a rural location!). They use high quality, super fresh ingredients to ensure a superb end product that really does the job soaking up a few drinks during a wedding.View Dough & Deer
This super fun outfit can offer a range of food styles from a selection of unique vehicles. Choose from pizza, posh burgers, Mexican, fish and chips. They can can also do grazing and dessert tables.View Leonati Catering
Oyster Boy Events
Think locally sourced oysters, shucked with love at your wedding drinks reception. Adding a bit of theatre and rather lovely washed down with a glass of fizz. Blue Door Weddings loves having these guys at their events.View Oyster Boy Events