Merry Menus!

The winter season is one that is filled with events where food is celebrated and savored; your winter wedding should be no different. This week, we’ll make sure that every piece of your wedding menu is merry, from cocktails to cake.

COCKTAILS:  Hot Chocolate is a great option for a cocktail hour before dinner. It will warm your guests as they come in from outside and get them ready for a night of celebrating and dancing. To spice things up allow your guests to add their favorite flavored syrup.

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APPETIZERS: Soup is a universal comfort food and a great way to start off the night and continue to warm your guests. Try a gourmet version of childhood favorites, like Tomato Soup or Chicken Noddle, or adult favorites like French Onion.

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ENTRÉE: For your main course, try miniature, modern twists on classic dishes that are sure to remind your guests of the magic of the season. Below is a mac and cheese made with shells instead of the usual elbow pasta.

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Honey Baked Hams are another classic holiday favorite that your guest will savor.

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DESSERT: Try lush and rich red velvet for you wedding cake to keep with the winter theme.

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Eggnog is the perfect after dinner cocktail to cap off the night and encourage your guests to hit the dance floor!

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Embrace the hardy comfort foods of the holiday season in your wedding menu. Adapt your personal favorites into your own menu and you’re sure to leave your guests wanting more.

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