Our caterer suggested having sandwiches or other some kind of food made available for late in the night, not only just for more eating for those who stay for the whole event, but also so those who have been drinking have something more substantial than cake to eat before driving home. He said it's something he can provide (for an extra cost) or we can bring it in ourselves (stored in the venue's kitchen refrigerator). I think this is something that we'll actually do. I like the idea, plus for ME in case I don't eat enough during the day there will be something for me to eat. I get hemiplegic migraines and I know I'll be less likely to eat like I should and that could be a trigger and the LAST thing I want is a headache and trip to the er during my wedding/reception!
ANYWAY...has anyone done something similar? What did you serve? When is the best time to start pulling it out and making it available? The ceremony will start about 330pm, cocktails and apps immediately after, meal about 5ish (depending how long pictures take, could be sooner), reception ending between 12-1am.