Wedding Food And Beverage Trends In 2014
Food and drink define an important aspect of the wedding. The choice of food and drink will tell guests a lot about the thought and planning put into the wedding, so the right choice is important to entertain guests to the maximum and leave them with the impression of a remarkable wedding event. This season you should look out for the wow factor that makes each wedding unique in its own right and you will realize the gist of the season.
The setting involves more the idea of a wedding buffet rather than the small round tables with units of five to six people. Traditional sit-down dining is also edging off as people move towards light-hearted wedding affairs. Starters consist of lemonades, mimosas, which are a mix of sparkling wine and chilled citrus drinks or bloody Mary and omelets, waffles and pancakes. As far as food is concerned, it’s quite trendy to settle for the comforting nostalgic foods such as French fries served in bags and spicy chicken, lamb or duck. Dessert has gone fresh and organic, so you see grapes, raspberries and strawberries in the mix. For tea hour you get coffee, milk, tea served with cookies.
Towards the end of the evening when people have interacted and danced, it is common for the couple to serve snacks to top up the energy reserves. Don’t forget to send guests off with edible frivolities for wedding favors, which has become quite raging this season. Consider the latest trends for your great event this year!