Comfort Food Ideas For Your Wedding Menu

When it comes to choosing delicious comfort foods to include as part of your wedding menu, there are some things you’ll want to know. First, not every food is appropriate for formal affairs. Some comfort foods are simply too costly to make large batches of, while others are too messy for people in gowns and suits to eat. These are things you’ll want to think about when planning your wedding menu.

Comfort food should be easy to prepare, filling, delicious, and not be burdensome to eat. You’ll also want to consider the theme and location of your wedding because that dictates what types of items to put on your wedding menu. If you’re having an outdoor wedding, a potluck style meal satisfies your need for comfort food.

Here are some items that you can easily include as part of your reception cuisine:

Peanut Butter and Farm Fresh Preserves, Mini Sliders, Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, and Root Beer Floats.

  • Peanut Butter and Farm Fresh Preserves. Fancier than your typical PB&J, these finger sandwiches use local preserves from farms in the area for a truly comforting and organic meal. The best catering company takes everyday foods and turns them into something different and truly special for events like weddings.
  • Mini Sliders. Nearly every type of meat can be made into a burger. If you love to load yours up with all the toppings, make sure that guests can do the same. A condiment bar is a great way to give everyone what they want. From pickles to grilled onions to fresh avocado and thick slices of tomato, your guests have options. You can even request veggie burgers for your non-meat eating guests to devour.
  • Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup. Rather than serve it in bowls where it can get spilled easily, why not make it an appetizer. Your caterer can create large crouton-sized sandwiches and gazpacho in shooter glasses for your guests to drink. It’s a modern take on an old favorite.
  • Root Beer Floats. You don’t have to go all out and buy an expensive cake. Instead, have the caterer make one that you can cut together and serve everyone a root beer float. Tall glasses and colorful straws make a fun beverage to drink and something memorable, too.

As you can see, there are many comfort foods that can be added to your wedding menu but its very important to hire best catering company to ensure that you no regrets for the most important moment of your life. Once you’ve determined what you’d like to serve, you can contact the catering company with your request. Your guest will be delighted in knowing that you’re serving some of the foods that they love most at your reception.

Photo by Daniel Lee on Unsplash

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