Greenery is totally on-trend in the world of weddings, so why not incorporate it in a creative way? Using a paint pen and your prettiest handwriting (or a calligrapher), display your menu on a large leaf.
Food doesn’t have to be fancy to be tasty. Guests at the party dined on simple meatball sliders and easy snacks like veggie trays. This helped keep the budget reasonable instead of spending a huge amount on a full sit down dinner.
Divide the table into three sections; sweet, savory and bubbly and indicate this on pretty tags. In the center of the table, place shots of rose lemon champagne punch, garnished with blueberries on a rectangle white plate. Using white highlights the bright colors and keeps the look streamlined.
Rather than serving a traditional, old school wedding meal like chicken and steak, consider unique and interactive food options that express your personal tastes. Hire a food truck that serves tacos or host a more casual pig roast or shrimp boil rather than opting for a fancy plated dinner. It can save you money and your guests will remember it forever!
This neutral dining room features a playful chalkboard menu where the chef can boast his or her kitchen creations. A classic dark-wood dining table and contemporary beige dining chairs complete the stylish space.