Catering is often considered to be one of the most important aspects of any wedding day, and definitely the yummiest! Today’s post is bursting at the seams with scrumptious inspiration for your wedding breakfast. Whether you want something classic and traditional, or unique and unexpected, these wedding breakfast ideas are guaranteed to tantalise your taste buds. Warning: today’s post may leave you feeling peckish.
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There are so many questions you can ask when it comes to your wedding breakfast menu. Do you want a sit-down meal or a buffet? What sort of big day breakfast will suit your theme? Do you need to feed your evening guests too? We really could go on forever! But don’t fret, as we’re offering you heaps of appetising wedding food ideas for your big day.
While lots of couples still adore the traditional three course breakfast, more and more couples fancy the idea of something fun, informal and relaxed for their food. Something that totally reflects their style and personality as a couple! From buffets to BBQs, street food trucks to self-serve stations, couples are getting seriously creative when it comes to their wedding breakfast and it’s an easy way to wow all of your guests!
If you love the idea of something incredibly informal, consider a buffet for your guests to enjoy. You could have a simple picnic table covered in glorious pies, cheeses and an assortment of breads. This is a lovely idea if you’re having a DIY outdoor ceremony and reception with a relaxed vibe. There are lots of fun wedding buffet ideas you can use too. If you’re having a rustic theme, consider serving your buffet on a variety of wooden tree slices, wooden pallets or crates. For a quintessential country garden style day, why not use a picnic table cloth and vintage plates for your wedding buffet?
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If you’re dreaming of a destination wedding, a mezze style buffet may well be the perfect match for your day. This style of catering is also a popular choice as it encourages guests to interact and get to know one another. Opt for wooden boards adorned with olives, oils, artisan breads, meats and cheese. They not only look delicious on your tables, there will be a lot of choice for your guests.
Self-serve bars are also becoming increasingly popular for modern couples. From an on-trend taco bar to pizza stations, couples can’t seem to get enough of these wedding food ideas.
Get creative with your canapés! You can display them in so many different ways – from self-serve food stations to DIY food walls adorned with foliage, the options really are endless. You could even create a statement backdrop for your wedding breakfast table using light up letters, oversized balloons or statement flowers – choose something that effortlessly ties in with the rest of your special day theme.
Feeling hungry yet? There are lots of yummy ways to serve food to your guests and they can all add that extra wow factor to your special day, leaving your guests’ tummies totally happy!
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