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Try to reflect the mood of your day in your choice of food to give a sense of continuity. Delicate foods such as olives, cheeses, & tarts would suit a sophisticated wedding well, whereas comfort foods and doughnuts would fit more appropriately for a more casual, relaxed wedding.
Your food, or some of your food at least, should co-exist with your theme of the wedding. Mermaid summer theme? Seashell shaped cookies on the dessert table. Disney princess wedding? Pick something creative to do with apples (Snow White)…just nothing poisonous!
Is your Wedding on Valentines Day? Heart shaped cut out cupcakes. You get the picture…. Check out Pinterest’s platform to serve as your Menu Muse.
Magazines, cookbooks, and even restaurant menus can provide additional ideas. Write it all down or tear out pages to save for future reference. If you choose a caterer, they will also offer suggestions and their professional opinion of what flavors compliment each other and what will subtly go well together for your overall food choices.
between courses…especially if your wedding is in the summer months because this will help really cool people off…and believe me, the dancers will appreciate!
You could also have your choice of mini sweets or candies to be passed out at the last minutes of the night before it comes to a close.
End the night on a sweet note to really enchant your audience of guests.
Sense the Taste
Smooth & Scrumptious….Taste is one of five (or six, for the more intuitively gifted!) of our very strong senses of which we use to relate to the world and to others. We all bond over food, as food is a common thread that has the power to connect, as well as heal us.
Let whatever inspires you, guide you. Work closely with a chef to compose a menu that will be realistic and memorably exceptional to creating your wedding day dream menu. The goal is to diversify the menu to provide your guests with a wide array of choices. You want them to leave comfortably satisfied and…ful filled.
Reflect yourselves in the food by picking your favorite flavors from your culture or favorite country to be incorporated so that your wedding guests will think of you and remember these tastes you created in one of their distinctive senses long after your wedding.
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