If you haven’t seen (or heard) of these totally cute and seriously tasty food trucks that are traveling their way around Australia, then do read on. Or if you’re simply looking for one yourself, then click here to check out a range we have on WedShed.
Grazing tables, quirky desserts, bespoke and curated drinks like pimped out proseccos, food that’s easy to eat mid-conversation and late-night wedding snacks (hello cheeseburgers) are popping up more and more.
Here are a few easy to digest bullet points on why you should consider a food truck or caravan bar for your wedding:
- You can get most things served in a truck, or caravan. We’re talking Asian food, pizza, dessert vans, gelato carts and bespoke cocktails and beverages from caravans.
- They look EPIC at the wedding. Your photography will be on point.
- Typically it can be set up wherever you fancy, whether it’s directly outside the venue, or on the grass of the property.
- They provide you with a totally flexible schedule, like being able to serve drinks during the ceremony or nibbles during the reception. Not to mention late-night feeds for your guests.
- Easy clean up goes a long way, especially if you’re expected to handle this the day after your wedding – or you’re hosting a total DIY gig.
- Having a food truck enables your guests to mingle with one another more easily, rather than being sat next to one or two guests all night.
- They can feed a large crowd of hungry guests quickly.
- They can be seriously cost-effective.
- Most caravan bars will allow you to BYO your own beverages, meaning you can get wholesale rates on alcohol, but still have a professional serve them at your wedding,
NEW SOUTH WALES
Make your wedding shine with these guys – anywhere. Not to mention, they’re totally BYO, so you save money on purchasing the alcohol. Find more details on their WedShed profile.
Central Coast, NSW.
Husband and wife team, Nathan and Alicia created this weddings and events company, covering all things wedding day coordination, and Florence (the beautiful caravan pictured here), which is a total BYO beverage service, where they’ll provide exceptional service.
High Country, VIC.
Think a replica 50’s Vintage Bondwood Woody Caravan, that’s been transformed into one schmick looking barn, featuring victorian ash benchtops, custom cabinets, a glass front bar fridge, and beautiful vintage fixtures and fittings throughout.
Artisan hand-stretched pizzas? We’re immediately sold. Pizza weddings are totally on-trend, and it’s not hard to see why. Using only the highest quality market-fresh ingredients, we totally trust these guys for weddings across Sydney, South Coast, Southern Highlands, North Coast, Hunter Valley, Central Coast, and the Blue Mountains as well as the Greater Blue Mountains area.
One of Sydney’s coolest mobile bars, this little guy travels throughout NSW and offers curated cocktails that you’ll want to boast all over Instagram, alongside seriously drool-worthy grazing stations.
New South Wales.
Pretty cute, huh? Team Peony covers all things BYO bar hire, cocktail creation, floral styling, prop hire, dessert, grazing tables, and photo booth hire. So you know you’re in good hands.
Pick up to 6 glavours of any of their Jersey Cow milk, all-natural artisan Italian gelato or vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free sorbets and enjoy unlimited quantities – yum. See more on their profile!
Central Coast, NSW.
Covering all things gelato, this beautiful vendor founded by former Three Blue Ducks chef, Dan Hughes, also does donuts and takes it to the next level – a custom-built donut wall or served hot from the ice cream truck.
South Coast, NSW.
These guys will roll in, so your guests can chill out. Simple, really. They serve some seriously tasty gelato (have taste tested ourselves, so can totally vouch here) and offer packages for any ceremony or reception size.
Translating from Italian to English as ‘Carts of Love’, this beautiful family-run business specialises in gelato carts, fairy floss stations, popcorn carts, and espresso coffee carts. Dreamy!
Bringing three drool-worthy food trucks to your feeds, these guys offer a Nighthawk truck, Sweethawk and our personal favourite – Tacohawk truck. Click through to their profile for more.
For our friends in the Hunter Valley, Williams & Co. is your one-stop-shop for all things covering bar staff, mobile bars, caravan and tipi bars, beverage catering, DJ’s (yep), MCs and much much more. Take a peek at their profile for more.
Snowy Mountains, NSW.
This sweet little vintage-inspired caravan bar comes with all the convenience of having a modern cocktail bar on site. Not to mention, they cover everything from beer to bubbles, cocktails to coffee and all other drinks you could want in between.
Australia’s first and only gnocchi food truck, these are your guys for high-quality Italian food – specifically of the round, fluffy, pillow category of Gnocchi. Think traditional Italian sauces to compliment including rocket pesto, slow-cooked tomato and basil, and beefy bolognese. We’re sold. Are you?
South Coast, NSW
Offering catering to suit a variety of events, these guys source their produce locally and create mouthwatering dishes that are served from their 12-foot retro caravan – their kitchen on wheels. PSA, they also serve coffee and breakfast. Hello, recovery.
This 1982 converted horse float is a mobile bar service that oozes style. From casual tap beer and wine, to handcrafted cocktails, you betcha they cover it all.
Dying to serve a mouthwatering Asian fare at your wedding? The crew behind Brunswick Mess Hall Food Truck serve up flavourful Asian recipes at your wedding and have been doing so since 2013.
Gold Coast, QLD.
Hand select your own drinks, purchase them at wholesale and score some deals, then have the gorgeous team behind this cute little bar serve and do all the work! Cocktails are most welcome, too. Not to mention, coffee and tea service is included in their packages.
The perfect addition to any relaxed seaside wedding, or bohemian country sunset event, these guys create bespoke cocktails and serve delicious drinks to guests at weddings in Rockhampton, Yeppoon and Central Queensland regions.