Wedding traditions done using modern twists make for a truly memorable celebration. This is especially true when it comes to the interesting food trends for your winter wedding. So, this wedding season try out unique wedding trends to make your celebration turn into an opulent culinary carnival.
In case you are wondering what wedding trends you must incorporate in your wedding celebration, here we bring you 7 unmissable food trends to choose for your winter wedding!
Nothing would please your guests more than welcoming them with hot chocolate, warm wine, or cider. These drinks will not just keep them warm in winters but will also become your guests’ instant favorite.
Miniature eatables are another trend that is gaining popularity this winter. From mini pizzas, tacos to pasta bowls, you can also serve your guests with a variety of bite-sized desserts.
This colorful and mouth-watering donut wall will not just get the attention of the guests but will also look adorable. The donut wall will surely add colors to the venue and would make kids drool over it.
It is undoubtedly the most amazing way to add a personal touch at your wedding arrangements. Create & customize your own beverages and name them whatever you want. You can also rename your regular cocktails with personalized ones.
Fire paan is another trendy element to add a little thrill and excitement to your winter wedding. So make sure you add a hotness quotient to your wedding celebration with these thrilling fire paans.
Surprise your guests with the smoking mist of ice-creams and let your guests drool over the sumptuous smoky ice-creams.
Having DIY counters at your wedding is another fun and interesting food trend that you must have on your wedding. You can have DIY counters like ‘Make your own burger’ or ‘DIY your own Pasta’; the choice is all yours.
So this winter season, make sure you have these unique and trending food counters to keep your guests entertained with their favorite flavors.
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