On your wedding day you want to treat your guests to the most wonderful food and treats from small canapés, buffets, sit down meals to tasty sweet treats. Getting the catering right is one of the most important aspects of your wedding day. Here find a number of different catering companies that can help you
Here are a few different tasty alternative ideas if you’re looking for something less traditional.
Have a selection of buffet tables each with a different food speciality? From fish or meat to pizzas, pasta or even a curry. Your guests will be able to sample lots of different foods.
Cheese and wine
Why not have a variety of wines and accompany different cheeses with grapes and figs. Have a selection of breads with pâtés and cold meats too, combining this with hors d’oeuvres.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive alternative to a three-course meal. This also allow guests to eat at their own pace and take less time and effort than sit-down meals.
This is a great idea for an outdoor spring/summer venue and is a fun way of creating an informal and relaxed wedding that’s perfect for getting your guests to mingle. Why not lay our blankets or decorate your venue with cute gingham tablecloths and fill up pretty picnic baskets with a selection of breads, cheeses, fruits and other sharing snacks?
Keep your wedding simple and elegant with a very British afternoon tea. Provide your guests with sandwiches, a selection of cupcakes, scones with clotted cream and jam and plenty of champagne. This can be a fun theme to play with and can create a gorgeous, vintage-style wedding. This is also a great idea if you’re short on time and don’t want a meal in the late afternoon that will leave your guests too full.
Barbeques are a lovely choice for summer weddings and can be an inexpensive and different way of feeding your guests. The menu can be as simple or as inventive as you like, from sausages and burgers to gourmet barbeque recipes. Just don’t forget vegetarian options too!
Give your wedding a festival feel by choosing a hog roast. Serve your hog with apple sauce and stuffing, plus fresh baps. This can be a really cost-effective option, compared to the traditional sit-down meal. If you have a bit of cash left over, you could also serve salads, pasta dishes, potato salad and coleslaw to go with your hog – which also solves any issues with vegetarians.
MooCoco is a small boutique and bespoke artisan chocolatier based in West Sussex specialising in the production of traditional hand filled chocolates and chocolate gifts for the Christmas, Valentines, Easter and Wedding markets. The business was set up by Kim, a professional caterer by training, who found chocolate the perfect medium to bring together a bespoke traditional art with her flare for originality and creativity. Kim is internationally recognised having won the Royal Perth International Show’s overall best in class prize for chocolate confectionary and a number of Great Taste 1* and 2* awards.