Wedding cuisine has gotten much more creative over the past few years. There are so many options available for coupons now, and it can be difficult to decide exactly what to serve on your big day. Having unique bars or stations set up at your reception area can be a good way to entertain guests and serve a delicious meal.
A soup bar can be a great addition for a winter wedding. You can serve things like potato soup, chicken soup, chili and broccoli cheddar soup. The options are endless, and many of these recipes can be prepared ahead of time. If you are hiring a caterer to help with preparation, you can ask if he or she has access to hot food display equipment.
Potatoes are an extremely versatile food. You can have a potato bar complete with mashed potatoes, baked potatoes and even fries. You can provide your guests with all sorts of delicious toppings. Bacon, cheese, green onions and sour cream are all popular choices. Be sure to use a catering calculator to figure out how much food you need for each guest.
Tacos are a great grab-and-go food for a more casual reception. You can offer chicken or beef tacos with all the toppings you can imagine. Serving chips with salsa and queso can be a good side item for this entree. You can use soft or hard shell tacos, and your guests can serve themselves or have a caterer form a serving line.
Wedding food does not have to be fancy or intricate. Sometimes the simplest meals make for the most fun at the reception. Consider these ideas, and brainstorm even more options that are unique to you and your future spouse. Adding some personal flair to your menu can be a great way to make your mark on your wedding reception.