This is proof that Costco is king when it comes to buying in bulk…

Costco Store Front

When it comes to planning a wedding you quickly realize that feeding dozens or even hundreds of guests is going to cost a pretty penny.

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One couple decided to break that stigma and headed to Costco to pick up bulk items they could use to feed their wedding guests… all 800 of them!

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The bride posted photos of their wedding feast to the Facebook group Costco?????????? (Costco Honestly Speaking about Commodity Experience) showing off their gorgeous wedding banquet.

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According to reports, the couple spent 25,000 TWD (approximately $787 in the US) on their wedding food at Costco.

As you can imagine, people are in awe and shocked at how amazing the wedding spread looked but also at the cost.

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Seriously, it looks so professional!

“Oh my God! You’re so talented! I also had an outdoor wedding and the cost of catering was really shocking,” one Facebook user shared.

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“This is a high-end outdoor wedding banquet,” another user wrote.

Honestly, it’s quite impressive.

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So, the next time you find yourself planning or being a part of a wedding, keep this handy idea in mind – Costco is the place to go!

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5 Comments

  1. That table is set up is not for 800 folks….maybe 50 folks.
    Somethings not quite right here.
    Having said that, per person, not a bad deal.

  2. $800? You would spend that or more on the table setting and set up. I am doubting this article. Need a lot more details to make a believer out of me.

  3. This article is poorly written. Catch bait at it’s best. It says there were 800 guests being fed for 800.00. Hmmm. Ok. Give details on how that was done. What was served, time of day of event, did all 800 guests actually eat?

    1. Agreed! I shop at Costco and can’t see how this was done for $1.00 a person. I guess they had tables and decor, and all tableware and serving pieces on hand. It’s interesting for sure!