Planning her own wedding is perhaps on the most exciting times in a bride-to-be’s life. One important fact to remember, however, is that above all else, what guests will remember most from the event is the food.
This is where sampling sessions come in. Food tasting is the best time to choose the kind of dishes to serve family and guests.
For couples having a difficult time planning their wedding menu, here are the top wedding food trends for the coming year.
Weddings are no longer limited to formal dinners. As a growing trend in the wedding industry, more couples will opt for a rustic and more relaxed style of dining. Not only does it help create a more comfortable, fun environment, it also promotes guest interaction.
Healthy is in – even in weddings. More caterers are offering dishes made with locally-sourced and fresh ingredients. Quality is important and so is helping the environment. Food also tastes much better when made with organic and fresh ingredients.
Perhaps one of the biggest trends in the wedding industry to date, street food is becoming more popular in wedding menus. Normally served via food stations scattered around the venue, these snacks give guests more variety and add a nice surprise to the traditional sit-down menu. Some of the most popular choices are grilled dishes, burrito wraps, and other finger food.
Truffles are a nice touch for couples who wish to impress their guests. It can be incorporated into almost anything, from truffle burgers, to truffle chips, and even truffle risotto. It’s delicious, expensive, and definitely one impressive food element.
A great pairing with rustic-themed weddings, comfort food like burgers, hotdogs, and fish and chips are invading the plain old wedding menu and giving it a more dynamic feel. Guests will surely love these at the reception. Couples just need to be mindful of the presentation and choose packaging that would tie these snacks to fit into the wedding theme.
Thinking of starting your own wedding planning business? Call your nearest Melbourne business broker to gain fresh insight into the latest trends in the wedding industry.
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