When it comes to weddings, oftentimes the bride and groom choose food that suit their palate, but is the catering meant to cater to the newlyweds needs or guests? The answer to that question is both. The best thing to do is bring a second opinion with you on a tasting to give you a second opinion on what a good second option would be for your guests. The common issue is the bride and groom tend go on a tasting together and become enamored with their own needs. It’s 100 percent great for a bride and groom to go on a tasting together, but it’s important that you bear in mind your guests needs also. If you feel more comfortable bringing your spouse rather than a second opinion, a practical way to go about this is to bring a memo of what your closest loved ones like and blend them with your needs. Nowadays, a lot of people have dietary restrictions, allergies, and preferences, so you should always tell your caterer to provide second options at your wedding. This approach will also apply for desserts and beverages. It may be difficult to come to a common consensus between you and your partner, but as long as you bring notes with you to your testing, you’ll be in far more easier hands.