Make your menus as sophisticated as the rest of your wedding day with these top treats.
You may remember the intricate embroidery on your wedding gown and all five types of flowers in your bouquet for years to come, but what your guests are probably going to remember most is the food and drink!
Even blokes have been known to comment on wedding day fare if it's particularly excellent, so if you want your day to be remembered in the outstanding category, get your thinking cap on.
A delicious wedding breakfast (as the dinner is traditionally known) doesn't have to mean crazy prices.
Most caterers agree that it's the presentation of food rather than the ingredients which make guests think its up-market.
For example, it's fine to offer a traditional prawn cocktail starter, but for a modern twist ask the caterers to keep the tails on and hang them over the edge of a cocktail glass.
Good quality salmon,tuna or halibut steaks are always a winner, but make them look even tastier by serving them on a bed of asparagus, mixed wild greens or tomato and basil, rather than plain old new potatoes.
Don't be afraid to try something a little different, such as Pan seared halibut with tomatoes, olives, capers, basil, olive oil and balsamic glaze. Delicious!