“Sharing food with another human being is an intimate act that should not be indulged in lightly.” 

M.F.K. Fisher

Gone are the days when you’d only get Salmon or Beef (well, not entirely – I’ve been to one or two weddings where the wedding meal has been really traditional and unexciting).

Let’s explore the exciting world of food and catering for your wedding feast.

via insider.com | Wedding Feast

Let’s start by taking a look at the wedding food trends for 2020.

I do like these Ramen lettuce cups easily catering for Vegans and vegetarians in this fab read from the insider.com when they interviewed Jove Meyer at The Knot’s Annual Gala

Wedding Feast
Andrew Holmes Catering

Decided on who is going to provide the food for your Wedding Feast is probably going to be one of the most stressful and fun aspects of planning your wedding. This is a fantastic read from Andrews Holmes Catering

wedding feast - photo via dpnak

Yummy! Am enjoying this week’s topic. Am getting hungry! I found this super useful blog by dpnack.com where Danielle gives some not so obvious questions to ask your caterer.

wedding feast photo via money crashers

One of the best weddings I went to was a simple and intimate outdoor DIY, BYOB wedding – it was fabulous! With a BBQ, finger food and snacks that lasted the whole night. The food was superb and all home-cooked.

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Jagdeep Sahans

Calligrapher at Soul Scribe Calligrapher. Founder and co-host of #irishweddingchat Twitter Hour with Deirdre ni Dhubhghaill of 2D Graphic Design.