Abundant feasts of wedding sharing food will certainly amaze your guests. Here are some sharing food ideas for both summer and winter weddings.
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A look at the top trends for 2018 wedding menus, including veggie options, revamped classic, local produce and relaxed catering.
Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Select is the perfect gift for your groomsmen. Mark the occasion Jack’s way – with a personalised bottle of this one-of-a-kind flavour.
These vegan wedding menu dishes prove vegan food can be beautiful, flavoursome and full of vitality, and not just plain old salads or stuffed peppers
With multicultural weddings, one of the best ways to celebrate the heritage of both the bride and groom is through the wedding menu food choices.
Darlish explores Persian heritage, creating an amazing selection of unique flavour desserts and ice creams that will set your taste buds alive.
An incredible inspiration shoot showing four amazing ideas for wedding grazing stations. The styling of each station is so pretty, and is very fitting with each type of food.
These mocktail recipes and non-alcoholic drink ideas will allow you to offer your teetotal guests some delicious and interesting beverage options.
We take a look at some of the key 2017 food trends, from a wedding caterer’s perspective, to find out if they work for wedding menus.
When choosing your wedding menu it’s important to be seasonal, and that applies to your canapés too. With this in mind, here are some ideas for winter wedding canapés – delicious!
Wedding buffets are popular because, first and foremost, they offer variety, which will keep even the fussiest eaters happy.
Wedding picnic food is simple, fresh and delicious, and guaranteed to keep even the fussiest eaters happy!
Some wedding breakfast and catering trends Julie Gray predicts will be hot for weddings in 2016/17, from table styling to menu choices.
At an autumn wedding you might want to think about serving a few warm canapés and some perennial favourites. Here are a few ideas.
There are no sweeter words than ‘open bar’ at a wedding, but there’s some very important drinking etiquette you need to remember as a wedding guest.
No boring buffet snacks – here are Karen Kemp’s favourite ideas for delicious, fun evening wedding food to get your guests re-fuelled.
It’s imperative that if you do decide to have children at your wedding they must be catered for and built into the plan.
These wedding entertainment ideas will help to fill any gaps in your wedding day and solve your last minute planning dilemmas.