Planning a vegan wedding can put you in a hyper control-freak mode that would make participants on the show Bridezillas look cool, calm, and collected next to the new hybrid—veganzilla. OK, maybe that's just what it's doing to me.
In addition to the normal stresses, planning a vegan wedding means you have to pay extra attention to every detail. Many people involved in your planning process aren't vegan and may not be as knowledgeable about what is acceptable, so it's often up to the bride and groom to be on patrol. Is the trim on that tablecloth silk or satin? Are those real pearls on my veil? Is the fondant vegan? And the little nonvegan surprises can pop up everywhere.
Food can be, by far, the most difficult thing to make vegan, and it can be even more difficult to get your parents, and your wedding planner, and your caterer on board with the idea. But just because it's difficult doesn't mean you shouldn't do it, and I've compiled some tips to help you out.
Here are five tips that will help you navigate your way through planning a vegan wedding menu:
Hope this helps. Let me know if anyone has other tips to add!
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