Full Pigman's meal: rack of ribs, barbecued chicken, hush puppies, baked beans, coleslaw

Catering The Outer Banks Wedding Menu

The big day is approaching, your Outer Banks beach wedding is in the planning, and now you need to choose your menu from the catering company. This doesn’t have to be difficult or overpriced. catering_outer_banksFollow these three tips first:

  • Do what you want
  • There is no official must do menu you have to have
  • Lean on the catering company to do the planning and the work of running the menu

Some important questions to ask your caterer during the selection process

These questions are good starting points. Regardless of which way you go here are a few things to think about.

Casual or Traditional OBX Wedding Catering?

Are you going casual or formal? Do you want a sit down to a formal reception or something more casual with a buffet. Even if you go traditional you do not have to have dry cliche meal items like Chicken Cordon Bleu or fish. You can go Outer Banks Carolina style and have ribs, chicken, and pulled pork.

catering_estimates_outer_banksThe wedding feast: indoors or on the actual Outer Banks?

Are you going to have the meal on the Outer Banks beach or indoors? This is the OBX. You can put your feet in the sand at the ceremony AND the reception. We can be set up right near the beach for a cozy post beach wedding meal, anytime of year.

What are some menu choices available to me?

There is no set way you have to do this. Many couples want the food they have at feasts, reunions and special occasions. Thus they call us at Pigmans Bbq.

Let Pigmans Outer Banks Catering Help

Pigmans has catered scores of weddings, events, gatherings, parties, and charities right here in the Outer Banks. Contact us for a free quote or to schedule a tasting. We have lots of menu choices and possible menus for you to choose which include our favorites like:


I cannot tell you one time EVER that I have heard someone say I do not like ribs. Pigman’s signature ribs will please any crowd at any event.  Yes, they are messy. If dainty is your thing, eating ribs at your wedding probably isn’t. But if taste and fun are top of the wedding planning list..go with Pigman’s ribs.


Pair those ribs with barbecue chicken for a ribs and chicken wedding feast. In fact, there is no limit to the different menu combinations you can choose

 Pulled Pork

Naturally, our pulled pork is also very popular as a menu choice and goes great with the ribs, chicken, or both.