FAST FOOD OUTLETS GETTING FAVOURITE IN THE WEDDINGS

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Fast food is becoming very popular in the weddings and events because it is the choice of a large number of people and children too. Stalls of fast food outletscan be seen in the weddings these days and they are liked by a lot of people. If your favourite outlet stall is there then the wedding automatically becomes more exciting for you because a person who is not closely connected to a wedding, food is the major thing for which we attend a wedding probably .

 More number of people are seen to be there on the fast food stalls rather than the normal food stalls . Stalls like dominos, gianis, baskin robbins,gelato vinto are seen in the weddings which attract a large crowd. The reason why these are preferred over the normal stalls is that people get tired of the same monotonous menu which is common in every wedding but in order to get a change to their taste buds, they prefer these food stalls. North indian and south indian foods have become very common in the weddings . If the wedding has some different and unique food stalls then they are considered amazing because food is a major criteria for deciding the success of a wedding . If the food is not good then the wedding automatically becomes a failure in people's eyes despite of the venue and other arrangements .

 A wedding must have different fast food stalls to make it a success. If the stalls are of very poplular outlets and serve amazing food then they must be chosen for a wedding to be made perfect .

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