Delicious food is pleasing to the eye as well as the tum so whether you’re choose a three-course seated wedding breakfast or a help-yourself buffet, the key is fresh quality food, cooked to perfection and presented to make the mouth water.
As your guests arrive at the reception venue serve them a refreshing drink and a light bite canape. This will keep hunger pangs at bay until the main; ideal canapes are mini tomato and basil bruschettas.
Wedding food doesn’t have to mean fancy food, you could serve something unexpected like bagels. Think bagel station - a live food wall of bagels for people to help themselves and create their own roll with an assortment of fillings and chutneys.
Fresh fish and chips or a handsome hog roast with an array of salads and bread to feast on.
Your food should be in keeping with your day so if you’re having a traditional wedding in a formal venue, a more conventional wedding breakfast is a rack of lamb or beef Wellington. But, you can still get create for your evening and we love the cheese black board!
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