Let your guests indulge in some unpredictably unexpected waffle stations, bagel bars, tricycle ice-cream carts and candy floss counters as this year, fairground-esque tumbrils and sweet treats are something for the (big) kids to revel in. Retro food wagons, oyster sucking stations and D-I-Y taco stands will surprise your guests and add an element of amusing interaction and – let’s be honest, who doesn’t love bonding over crazy, assorted foods.
Sip small with miniatures – shots of bourbons, wine tasting, subtle soda bars and discreet cocktail caravans or go big with champagne towers. In true women fashion – all or nothing – your wedding day should be an ‘all’ day – add a sassy twist and transform your traditional tower into a more unique, creative and colourful option by combining the champagne with a fruit puree – berries are big this year, especially for winter, whilst exotic mango and peach infusions are big for summer weddings. Altering and expanding the drinks menu from the norm and providing alternatives allows for your guests to experience your favourite tastes – there’s bound to be something for everyone with so much variety so whoever said ‘you can’t please everyone’ obviously didn’t give a wide enough selection.
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