First-time poster! The wedding is still a bit away, but I was wondering if a taco party is enough food for 100 max guest-count? I'm getting married in my hometown in the south, and this was intended as a nod to my ethnic heritage and the place my fiance and I met, but I've seen some mixed things about tacos at weddings as being casual (even though I love them hahaha!!!), so I wanted to get folk's opinions (especially since some of my fiance's family has served more "traditional" food at their weddings).
We'll be having full-service catering rather than a taco bar from a local restaurant my FH and I love including:
-passed apps for cocktail hour (mini tostadas with guacamole)
-traditional style tacos including three filling options (2 meat: chicken and brisket; and 1 veggie)
-sides include beans, rice, chips, salsa, cheese, and various veggie toppings.
-For dessert, we're doing Mexican vanilla cake with strawberries from another bakery we like (probably sheet cake!)!
We're having an open bar but only serving beer, white and red wine, champagne, and a non-alcoholic beverage station of lemonade, tea, water, and also soda and jarritos. We may also do a signature jalapeno and cucumber margarita cocktail.
My venue is pretty formal, but we're keeping dress and decor cocktail style, so I wasn't sure if this would match or be more disparate than anything.
Any thoughts are much appreciated!!!