As long as your wedding isn't a big formal affair, I think disposable is fine. I'm still going back and forth with what I want to do. I desperately want to use cloth napkins, but that might look funny with plastic plates and flatware!
Well, it would just be for the cake...my reception is going to be in the hall at the church in the afternoon...we arent using glass for the food, the caterers use clear plastic nice plates that looks real for the food, should i find clear plastic nice looking plates then for the cake as well?? ....i wouldnt say the reception is formal, first of all its in the daytime and secondly we are having finger foods!
I would go with clear plastic, they have them at sams clubs and they are cheap, no clean up and honestly, it's only cake so no one will really notice.
I dont think the guests care as long as the plates dont collapse and the forks dont break
Rebecca Breanne ·
If it matches the tone of your wedding go for it. It wouldnt be expected at a $100,000 wedding but if you are going for the casual, homey, intimate feel Im sure its ok. Although to be honest even if I was at a $100,000 wedding I dont know if Id even notice the plate was paper, when Im a guest at weddings I rarely notice the utensils unless they are like gold which hasnt happened yet lol