What’s on your Wedding Menu

No longer an afterthought at the wedding reception, couples are turning it up a notch for 2018/19 by having the food as the centre of attention with the wedding day revolving entirely around it. Let’s see what’s on the menu.

 

FLORAL FLAVOURS ARE IN

Edible flowers and floral flavours like elderflower and lavender are really sky-rocketing in popularity this year. A welcome addition to wedding menus, these flavours are also being incorporated into cocktails too.

Floral Flavours

FRESH, LOCALLY SOURCED ORGANIC FARE

Couples want to know more about where their food comes from these days. So free-range and locally bred/sourced foodie fare is a must for the wedding menu. Some couples are also incorporating fresh foods that are served as they are; raspberries and cherry tomatoes offer wonderful flavour with no prep work.

MEAT FREE MENUS

With the increase in vegan culture and focus largely heading towards meat free, many newlyweds are opting for a one size fits all approach with their wedding menus. No more separate menus for those who don’t eat meat; couples are creating menus to bring everyone together to experience a totally plant-based wedding menu.

MINIATURE MENU

Food served in tiny proportions is looking to be a big hit in new season weddings. Many couples are opting for scaled down versions of their favourites, so their guests can snack and converse at the same time. Mini doughnuts, quiches, slider burgers and chocolate dipped strawberries are just a few of what’s trending in miniature!

Miniature Burgers

‘COMFORT FOOD’

Whether that’s a cheese toastie with a tomato soup shooter, or a gravy filled Yorkshire pudding with an artisan twist, the focus on comfort food has grown massively this wedding season. ‘Comfort food’ menus can be completely personalised to the happy couples’ taste, and they can let you into their foodie world a little with their choice of menu.

Comforting Beef in Yorkshire Puddings

FOOD THAT TELLS A STORY

We’re seeing a lot of this at the moment, and sort of like an add-on to Comfort Food, couples are looking to tell a story of their foodie conquests. Food can be a big part of a couple’s life and they may want to share this with you, either by showcasing all their favourite meals, or serving the meal that got them together.

DESERVES A MENTION – BRUNCH WEDDINGS

Brunch weddings are creeping up on the radar for the new wedding season. With the increase in mid-week weddings, couples are also opting to get married earlier in the day to cut costs. Think scaled down American pancakes with maple syrup and mini egg sandwiches for a proper brunch fix.

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