A wedding is an event that often brings people together across the world. While many think of food at a wedding as a sit-down dinner or buffet with an individual meal, there are a number of alternate experiences that can be shared with guests.
We particularly love using displays that let someone know visually that something different is going on. Straw and hay bales can set the stage for things that can happen on the farm. Test tubes and lab coats can evoke a scientific or technology-driven experience. Carnival costumes and the smell of fresh funnel cake can work really well with a carnival barker.
For items that may be new, we suggest smaller portions with some variety really allows a guest to appreciate what they're eating or drinking. If you want people to break the ice over sangria and tapas, we can create a small plates experience at a bar. A caviar tasting can introduce guests to each other and some local sustainable options over some bubbly. A lot of these can be great ways to keep people engaged during breaks when the wedding party is off taking pictures or when a flip is taking place.
Interactive stations where guests can choose from a few flavors and add toppings are always a popular choice. It's a great way to add silent options with larger groups that can satisfy the vast majority of dietary preferences without a lot of complex menu cards and seating arrangements. From pasta bars to ice cream bars there are lots of sweet and savory options to choose from!