Wedding Food Tips & Trends

Aside from the romantic vows that make your guests all teary-eyed, the wedding food will be the second-most-talked-about aspect of your special day as it nears an end.

His & Hers Cocktails
You don’t have to be a mixologist to wow your guests with your own cocktails. Serve friends and family your favorite indulgences by creating a signature cocktail menu. It’s also a fun way to add a personal touch to your special day. 

Forget the fork...
Your guests are not circus performers, it’s hard to juggle! Exclude utensils to create a stress-free (and hopefully mess-free) cocktail hour. This also frees up their hands for that glass of champagne. Limit the need for multi-tasking on your wedding day.

It’s okay to play with your food...
Have fun with your dessert! No guest would ever complain of there being “too much dessert!” Impress your loved ones by giving them an assortment of treats to choose from aside from the already delectable wedding cake. Incorporate interactive stations to appease everyone's palate to ensure the night ends sweetly.

Keep the snacks coming!
While everyone’s working up a sweat on the dance floor, provide snacks to nosh on in between moonwalking and the Cha Cha Slide.

Did you know?
In most cultures, duck and geese are popular entree courses because these birds mate for life.

Noodles, like soba, spaghetti, and vermicelli are served because they represent a long, unbroken marriage.