A wedding is a special event in one’s life. The reception that follows is where the celebration continues, and where many memorable moments take place. Though it’s not a requirement to spend an enormous amount of money on your reception, it is important is that you get the kind of reception you want and ensure a comfortable, memorable experience for you and your guests. Here are some wedding catering ideas.
Tented wedding reception
Wedding receptions, especially outdoor receptions, are held in the garden or lawn of a sprawling private property that can accommodate anywhere between 50-250 guests. If you have a small party, your caterer can set up in the kitchen of the venue. For larger receptions, one option you might want to look into is a caterer’s tent. Usually, it is set up right next to the wedding marquee. A generator may be required the meet the demands of professional catering. The caterer may also provide the furniture, table linens, cutlery, and crockery. The selection of items used would depend on the host’s budget and preference.
Spring wedding catering
Spring represents rebirth, beginnings, and everything green and thriving. It’s a romantic season that opens up many possibilities for infusing creativity into your wedding reception planning. Build a menu based on the mood of the season and highlight fresh seasonal produce. A mixed salad would be perfect as an appetizer. Traditionally, asparagus is used in spring weddings. You can use it in many ways–as a side dish, as an ingredient in soup, or cooked and prepared as an appetizer.
Summer wedding catering
Summer weddings are widely popular. The pleasant weather and the availability of a variety of food may just be some of the reasons why many people love to have summer weddings. When it comes to the menu, the possibilities are endless–you can go for barbecues, surf, and turf, classic summer fare, or even exotic dishes if you want. Grilled meats and vegetables are a hit as well as refreshing salads. Ice cream and other frozen desserts would win your guests over as well as a never-ending supply of cool drinks.
Winter wedding catering
Summer weddings may be popular, but there is ample opportunity to make a winter wedding as romantic and magical. You can apply this to the choice of venue and scenery, décor, as well as the menu.