In N Out Burger at Your Wedding

Since a wedding reception is for your guests, if it’s in the budget, consider serving them some food they are actually going to like. Who doesn't want a double double animal style? Of course as much as you may like this idea there are still many complicated factors involved if you are wanting to find out how to have In N Out Burger at your wedding!

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The number one thing for Brides to consider is that the In-N-Out Cookout Trailers are only available in Los Angeles and Orange Counties (limited parts of Ventura, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties). So if you don’t live in these areas the option is out, sorry.

Guess you should move to California with everyone else…

If you already know the trailer won't work for you, there is still hope, please skip to the bottom of this post.

A few more little tidbits you may be interested in:

  • Those delicious French fries you love are not available, they are substituted with chips.
  • You need to book at least 4 to 6 months in advance
  • The minimum charge to bring a trailer out is $1,250.00 or 75% of your estimated order (whichever is higher)
  • $500.00 deposit to reserve your date
  • Other charges include the amount of food used, tax, mileage, etc.. – and like all other wedding services you must Tip!
  • You get 1.5 hours of serving time. Overtime charge is $100.00 per half hour.
  • The trailer requires 50-70 feet of parking space.
  • YOU are responsible for obtaining any permits.
  • Burgers are served in a box with a napkin.

(Full List of In-N-Out Cookout Specifications)

If you are still interested in this idea checkout the full specifications and the sample contract.

You Can Still Have In-N-Out Burger at Your Wedding!

Even though you may not get the truck, you can still dress these options up a bit.

  • Have someone pass trays with burgers.
  • Cut the burgers into fourths and serve them as little h'orderves.
  • Make sure your other catering includes FRENCH FRIES!

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