6 Delectable Foods to Include in Your Winter Wedding
Planning a wedding during the snowy season calls for amazing winter wedding food ideas. While you focus on each and every aspect of your wedding look, don’t miss out on having a delectable food menu for your guests. And, winter also gives you the perfect reason to serve your guests with exquisite warm, food.
Your guests will be coming in from far and wide in the freezing cold to be a part of your celebration. So, make sure you greet them with the food that they would truly enjoy. Your menu needs to have yummy, warm food options to ensure your guests feel toasty inside and they can be on the dance floor until late hours in the morning. Before you finalize on your wedding menu, consider including these all-time popular winter food options:
Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup
Combine a baked or grilled cheese platter with an all-time favorite tomato soup. This is one of the most popular trends among winter wedding foods. If you are averse to having tomatoes, then you can also have other creamy soup options like chicken and lime or Greek fish.
Get Creative with Potatoes
Potatoes and cold weather are a match made in heaven. You can make the best of this combination by having a separate potato bar. This counter can be the place where people heartily enjoy French fries, hash browns, baked potatoes and much more. Eating piping hot, potato snacks can be the ultimate bliss during winter weddings.
Venison Scotch Eggs
With a meaty exterior and a yummy, runny egg yolk filling, venison scotch eggs are the perfect winter appetizer. These succulent scotch eggs make for a good accompaniment for alcohol. You ask your caterers to serve these beauties with some fresh applesauce.
To-Go Poutine Bar
Late night poutine bars are all the rage for winter weddings. You can set up a to-go poutine bar in your reception to satisfy post-dinner cravings for your guests. A lot of times guests go to the dance floor and come back after a few hours to fuel themselves. A poutine bar would help re-energize them during the chilly winters.
Roast Meat and Vegetables
Different varieties of roast meat along with vegetables are one of the most popular winter foods and an excellent choice for the main course. You can opt for different types of meat and customize them to suit the festive spirit of the season.
Hot Chocolate with a Variety of Toppings
While you focus on choosing the right appetizers and main course, don’t forget to set-up a separate counter for hot chocolate. You can have a variety of toppings such as rocky candies, peppermint sticks and marshmallows placed at this hot chocolate bar.
So, these are our top 6 winter wedding food ideas. To know more about hiring the right wedding caterer for your reception refer to our previous blog post on questions to ask before hiring a wedding caterer.