I personally like the idea! I'm all for couple's having their own spin on wedding details and if you both love pizza and salad, then why not? As long as you keep track of any food allergies and dietary restrictions, you're good!
For me, it depends on the pizza itself. It's a difficult food to keep hot and fresh, unless it's being made on site. So, if it's just delivery pizza, it won't make a very nice wedding reception meal. But if it's catered/made on site then it can be delicious and very festive.
I also agree with others that food should suit the venue and formality. Casual weddings are 100% fine, but trying to have a formal wedding with pizza doesn't really work.
I think informal weddings that don't break the bank are perfectly acceptable and easy for guests to relax at. Just make sure that your venue and invitations indicate that the event is casual. You may also need to have some dairy and gluten free options if any of your guests have those allergies.
I think it depends on the overall theme of the rest of your wedding. If you are going for an elegant and classy event, it may come across as a little cheap or tacky. But, if you and your fiancé have a particular “connection” to pizza lol like you guys really love it or you met working at a pizza shop, it might work. If you’re doing a laid back, outdoor wedding, pizza might work in that situation as well.
Sure!!! I think having a variety “specialty“ pizzas from a place like California Pizza Kitchen (or whatever’s similar in your region) would be great. You could also have a variety of specialty salads as well.
I think it’s an awesome idea and who doesn’t like pizza? People nearly always say food at weddings is boring and bland so why not jazz it up?
Are you planning to get them from Costco food or delivery from a favorite local chain and display it on pizza pans? Or going for pizza made on site? The fancier types tend to be polarizing. Costco food court pizza is inexpensive but it’s familiar, delicious and high enough quality that no one will turn up their noses at it. Have salads on the side. If someone goes home hungry, that’s on them.
To answer your question, I’m one of the ones who doesn’t like wood fired pizza as well as the fancy gourmet types. There are some chains I won’t touch (Little Caesars, Peter Piper) and others that I prefer over anything else (Pizza Hut, Papa John’s). Local pizza shops are also an option for good delivery/catering: Round Table is a west coast chain (not sure about elsewhere), Izzy’s in Portland, Oregon are both awesome
Yep pizza is ok as long as your wedding is casual! I mean, I wouldn't get a really fancy venue and dress then do pizza as your meal. If pizza matches the formality of your party that's fine. I'd add a green salad and a couple other sides.