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Why This Is The Best Wedding Food Ever

Planning your wedding menu so that all your guests are happy can feel nearly impossible. Don’t be persuaded to stick with chicken, beef or fish as your only options. Think about your wedding dinner as the best dinner you would have if you were hostess in your own home. This may mean you want to focus more on snacks and alcohol being available throughout your wedding celebrations with main meals paired down. Here we’ll show you our best wedding food ideas that you can play with. And we’ll explain why we believe these to be the best choices:

1. Family style Italian

If you’re planning a backyard wedding have it catered for by your local Italian restaurant. Have the meal served informally in family style and make sure there is more than enough spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna, Italian sausage, salad and garlic bread to go around. Add Italian soda and you’ll have a laid-back, memorable celebration. You can trial test dishes at the restaurant on nights out before the wedding whilst supporting a local business.

2. Locally sourced ingredients

The best food comes from the best ingredients. Locally sourced and grown cuisine that’s native to the area is perfect, particularly for destination weddings. All you can eat shrimp and grilled oysters that were literally caught the morning of the wedding, or a pig roast for the best slow-roasted, constantly basted and smoked pork will be hits at any wedding.

3. Food truck

A food truck at your wedding for snacks is a huge hit. Particularly for late night snacks because after a few cocktails, there's nothing more delicious than a meat or vegetarian burger.

4. Unusually flavored sugar-spun cotton candy

If you want showmanship, book a caterer to spin delicate cotton candy in grown-up flavors like mojito, butterscotch or mocha espresso dusted with cocoa powder.

5. Lobster Corn Dogs

With fresh lobster tail, spices, herbs, and a nice coating of tempura batter that has been flash-fried, you will have a tasty meal that will be enjoyed by your foodie friends and everyone else, including children.

6. Hot cider and hot chocolate

Perfect for a fall or winter wedding, the classic hot cider and hot chocolate can be served as your guests leave the party at the end of the night. It’s a thoughtful and appreciated way to send guests on their way with something to keep them warm.