Food trucks have become part of the vernacular here in the United States. Every week, you can bet your bottom dollar that somewhere, whether in a big metropolis or a small town, there’s a food truck parked on a corner outside of an office building, at a game, or participating in the ever-popular food truck festivals. The food truck industry has been steadily gaining momentum over the last decade and is not showing signs of stopping anytime soon. Loyal customers or those looking to try something new are even requesting food trucks to be their main or sole food providers at business meetings, conferences, concerts, and birthday parties. Recently, I had a guest on my podcast who organizes food truck catering for weddings, and I was a little surprised! I knew that many brides are looking to break with traditional wedding structure, and I knew of food trucks on the West Coast that have catered events, but I completely underestimated the demand on a national scale for this particular market. I decided to do some research and have found out quite a bit about the union of food trucks and weddings (see what I did there). Even the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Harry and Meghan had ice cream trucks outside of Buckingham Palace the night of their wedding! If you’re thinking about having your favorite food truck at your wedding, allow me to provide you a few tips and dispel a few myths.