Let’s be honest: feasting is half the fun of any great wedding. When else can you indulge in a multi-course meal with more than a hundred of your closest friends? Of course, it’s very difficult to take all the desires and tastes into consideration but we advise you to incorporate the latest culinary trends into your big day, and everyone would be happy.
1. Food trucks
Wedding fare is becoming increasingly casual, so why not suggest hamburgers and hot dogs and offer your guests some more unusual options like tacos or poutine with a plethora of toppings instead.
2. Local and in season
A popular trend is to include ingredients available nearby that will be in season at the time of the wedding. Some great ingredients can include: ramps, rhubarb and fiddleheads in the spring and heirloom varieties of tomatoes, potatoes and carrots in the summer and fall.
3. Family-style plates
A barbecue or cook out is a great laid-back dinner option. Serving this sort of meal family-style — meaning the food (think: barbecued chicken, steak, corn and potato salad) comes out on large platters that guests can pass around, serving themselves.