Food Trends for Autumn & Winter Weddings

If you want to offer your guest a unique, seasonal menu on your big day, work with your chef to choose really scrumptious canapés, starters and main course dishes enhanced with fabulous sides, and of course mouth-watering wedding desserts.

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The latest food trends for autumn and winter weddings include hot canapés like spicy soups served in shot glasses with salads and bread on the side, as well as miniature versions of delicious winter comfort foods.

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Using fresh local produce is one of the hottest food trends at the moment, so use only the best ingredients and focus on gourmet dishes if you are planning a banquet-style reception. From creamy soups, gourmet Italian pasta and French pate to scrumptious ocean food and roasted meats and vegetables, there are plenty of options for starters and mains, but including delicious sauces and side dishes is a great way to enhance the dining experience at your autumn or winter wedding.

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Make sure to serve fabulous wedding desserts as well! A hot chocolate station where guests can mix their own cup of cocoa is a wonderful alternative to a classic sweet buffet and we really adore this new food trend for autumn and winter weddings. You can also serve bite-size desserts with hot drinks such as mini donuts or chocolate cookies. When choosing a wedding cake, opt for rich, creamy flavours such as chocolate mud or caramelised vanilla and serve with sides such as ice cream or scrumptious sauce to make your wedding dessert even tastier.

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