If food trucks will provide the main meal at your wedding, have a few different selections. Some popular entree options: falafel, gyros, fried chicken and stir-fry. (Here's another hint: Some popular brick-and-mortar restaurants are launching food trucks, so ask your favorite burger joints and diners if they have one in the works!) And naturally, food trailers can provide a fun take on appetizers and hors d'oeuvres in the form of dumplings, sliders or other small bites. And for a great alternative dessert option, think: food trucks that serve cupcakes, frozen yogurt, smoothies or Italian ice.
And remember that not all food trucks are created equal. While the phrase "food truck" usually calls to mind messy street eats and summer fairs, this trend is so huge that it hath wrought a new breed of food trucks that are serving up high-end dishes with locally sourced ingredients and menus that change seasonally -- a perfect fit for a more formal affair. Wine trucks that offer tastings and bar service are also a classier take on the street fare.