Tips For Creating A Killer Wedding Menu

Serving food on unique china or stylish glassware at the bar really changes the way food is presented and received. This creates new opportunities to self catered wedding menu for unified feel throughout the night. Because food is one of the highest expenses of a wedding, it is often hidden and not incorporated into the main event’s decor, creating a disconnect between the two. Tying it to the decoration and making the food displays unique and interesting is how the food you have chosen for your guests will be presented as well as create a richer experience for your event or catholic wedding program. Food doesn’t just have to be placed in the corner on a table with a tablecloth; Bar carts, food trucks, bar tables for food stations and thinking outside the box when presenting food are all ways to make food stand out at the event. 

Caprese Skewers 

Nothing says summer like bright tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar. Caprese skewers offer a great filling option without overwhelming your guests.

Bright Berry Cups 

Fresh berries are the perfect warm-weather touch. Opt for bright fruit cups with a mix of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries to capture the flavors of the season. 

Seafood Bar 

Nothing says summer quite like fresh seafood. Prepare delicious, light options with a variety of sauces for a fun and interactive season. 

Arugula Salad 

Keep salads light and seasonal. Tasty arugula, microgreens, edible flowers, and shredded Parmigiano Reggiano cheese can go a long way, as can lemon and olive oil or balsamic vinegar instead of heavier ranch or Caesar options.

Lobster Rolls

Capture the fresh flavors of summer with these mini lobster rolls. If lobster isn’t your thing, ask your local dealer to try this app with crab, chicken, or tuna. 

Pasture Table 

Set up a table with your favorite meats, cheeses, crackers and fruit. Your guests will love the variety and the ability to go ahead and make your own charcuterie platter. Roasted Beets Add a pop of color to your menu. Add goat cheese and honey or sweetness Added berries to bring out its great flavor.

Mini Ice Cream Cones 

It’s finally summer! Serve mini ice cream cones of different flavors before or after dinner as a fun treat – the timing is up to you. 

Fresh vegetable rolls

Your guests will love having access to bright seasonal appetizers. Consider fresh rolls with seasonal vegetables paired with a delicious sauce to top it all off.