Wedding season is typically from May until September, with October being another popular month for weddings in Western New York.

Winter weddings are becoming popular lately and there are plenty of awesome indoor venues to hold your special day here in Buffalo.

I was married last summer and did a lot of research for what to have at our wedding. What we found out was there were some pretty clever and downright awesome Buffalo things people would do at weddings.

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The most popular is obviously having the Bills Shout Song play at the wedding, typically starting the dancing off. It's guaranteed to get people moving early.

What about catering, though?

Chicken wings and beef on weck have been done at countless weddings here in Western New York, but have you ever seen late night catering from Mighty Taco? That's exactly what one wedding did.

Buffalo Eats, which highlights and showcases tons of great food and restaurants in Western New York, revealed a wedding last night had a late-night Mighty Taco catering.

It looks glorious.

The second dinner or late-night food service is very popular now. I was recently at a wedding which put out burgers and fries, halfway through dancing. It's a huge hit. We had a full-service ice cream bar at our wedding for the late night portion of the food service.

Mighty Taco is such a Buffalo thing for a wedding. What an amazing idea. Has anyone else ever seen this before at a wedding they've been to?

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