Fun Foods To Serve At Your Winter Wedding
When the weather is chilly, you can play around with certain foods to keep your guests warm and comfortable. Rich sweets are particularly common in winter weddings. You can go for warm cheese appetizers and other snacks. Sweet treats like hot cocoa bar work really great during winter. Let’s look at other delicious options that you may want to include in your winter wedding catering.
Tomato Soup And Grilled Cheese
You can place the tomato soup in a cocktail size cup and serve it with some grilled cheese wedge plates. This is a dish that your guests will absolutely love. It’s the perfect way to get rid of the cold weather chills by taking something warm and tasty.
Mac And Cheese
These are definitely crowd pleasers during the cold winter months. You can serve the mac and cheese in small portions. Make sure the presentation is fun and simple depending on the style of your wedding.
Add something light to your winter wedding menu with these light roasted vegetables. This is a great addition to the dinner menu that will not leave your guests feeling stuffed too quickly. It’s a great alternative to the heavy winter foods that are served at the reception.
A Hot Cup Of Cocoa
Everyone loves a hot cup of chocolate. You can provide different topping choices for your guests to choose from. Common options include peppermint, rock candy and whipped cream. Make sure you also add some sprinkles as toppings to make the cocoa extra fun.
Chocolate Lava Cakes
These are a great addition to the wedding cake. The chocolate lava cakes are not only appetizing but can also be great comforters in those cold winter weddings. Make sure the chocolate lava cake is served warm.
One trend that is popular in winter weddings is the self-service candy bars. You can serve different kinds of desserts and party favors for your guests to choose from. You can have options such as the chocolate covered cranberries and white chocolate mint. Allow your guests to scoop up their favorite treat and take it home. You can provide some cute take-out boxes to put in the desserts. You can also have three or more different flavors served on a single plate.
Choose salads that have extra season additions like cranberries and pears. These fruits and vegetables are popular during winter and will be best for preparing your salads. If you can’t decide whether to go for a salad or soup, opt for a combo plate. This allows guests to be served a small bowl of soup together with some salad.