wedding food

6 Wedding Details for Coffee Addicts

If your love for coffee goes beyond one cup a day, consider adding some quirky caffeine details to your wedding decor or your favor ideas! From using the aromatic beans as a way to amp up your escort card display, to filling up glass vases with beans and candles, and creating a customized cappuccino bar... read more

5 Ways to Serve Figs at Your Wedding

Around here, when we talk dessert, we're usually talking cake, but lately another sweet thing has been grabbing our attention: figs. We've seen the delicious, seedy fruit everywhere recently -- in color palettes, on charcuterie plates and as part of the dessert course. We've seen them topping cakes, placed delicately on guest place settings, in... read more

8 Favorite Foods From Childhood to Serve at Your Wedding (#TBT)

Serve These Childhood Favorites at Your Wedding |
Your menu is the perfect place to add personalization and have a little fun. We love the idea of taking a more casual approach to wedding food, and are huge fans of trends like breakfast for dessert and comfort food dishes. And the new creative idea we're seeing these days is taking your... read more

Mini Bites, Herb Cocktails and More of the Hottest Wedding Food Trends

Peter Callahan Shares Wedding Catering Secrets | Blog.TheKnot.comRoss Whitaker
Seeing a favorite food shrunk down to perfectly finger-sized proportions is exactly the kind of wow factor that will have everyone talking at any wedding cocktail hour. And celebrity caterer and founder of the bite-sized food trend, Peter Callahan, has been marveling guests with miniature pairings like tiny burgers and fries and impossibly small stacks of... read more

5 Steps To A Foodie Bridal Shower

Plan a bridal shower (ok spiked tea party) that puts your typical Sunday brunch to shame. The chic Austin, TX-based entertainer Camille Styles has a 5-step blueprint for a bright and feminine breakfast that would be perfect to indulge in while getting ready with your bridesmaids too! Picture this: baskets of farmer's market produce, a bottomless mimosa bar... read more

Say Cheese! How to Build the Best Cheese Course Ever

It's a fact: cheese and entertaining go hand-in-hand. And lately this cocktail hour staple is getting served up in creative ways that will change the way you think about the cheese course. A well-curated cheese spread is an easy way to wow your guests at your engagement party or bridal shower... read more

BLTs Plus 15 More Comfort Food Ideas

Wedding comfort food |
For a lot of your guests, the most memorable part of the wedding is the food. And your menu options do not have to be limited to just chicken and fish! Some of the most memorable menus we've seen involve lots of comfort foods. Imagine your guests' faces when they walk into your... read more

6 Creative Ways to Serve Drinks During Cocktail Hour

A surefire way to entertain guests while you take wedding photos is by hosting a cocktail hour. Serve up anything from craft beer to mimosas or, more simply, lemonade and sodas to refresh your guests pre-reception. Here, six ways to get creative with the presentation, from a rustic bar cart to a...

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Gold Rush! 7 Delicious Golden Desserts

It seems like gold is everywhere at weddings these days, and now it's even made its way onto the dessert menu -- and we love it! Caterers are serving up sweets that have been creatively foiled, dipped and sprinkled into pretty golden treats (and they're not only edible -- they're delicious!).  See some of our favorite pretty golden desserts.... read more

Crispy Clams with Bloody Marys And 6 More Pairings For Cocktail Hour


One of the hottest wedding food trends, pioneered by culinary innovator and caterer Peter Callahan, is to pair a mini cocktail or small glass of wine alongside an appetizer at cocktail hour. We're talking anything from tacos and tequila to sliders and beer. See some of Peter's creations and other favorites below!

1. Brie Topped Pear...

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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