Winter Wedding Catering Ideas

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Summer weddings are magical, but weddings in winter are special and can be stunning with good planning and the right menu prepared. You don’t have to worry about food spoiling fast and guests not being able to eat hot meals due to the heat, so there are many downsides that you can forget about in winter.

To be on top of the game, we will help you choose meals that will satisfy and warm up your guests during a cool winter day. Warm beverages are a must, but what dishes are popular in a cold season? Keep reading to find out!

5 Winter Wedding Food Ideas

#1 Sweet Potato Ham Biscuits

The best way to start the celebration is with a cup of hot one and a yummy appetizer like a sweet potato biscuit with baked honey ham. The juiciness of ham will perfectly complement sweet potato dough, while fresh arugula will add a slightly bitter and peppery flavor.

Serve it hot, and watch your guests empty the plate! If you want to make sure everyone gets their piece, make sure to serve biscuits in a disposable tray with a lid – it will keep the appetizer warm and ready to eat anytime.

#2 Seasonal Soup

A creamy carrot and lentil bowl of soup is a winter staple and a must-have at your wedding. This hearty and nourishing soup will not only delight your guests but also bring a sense of coziness to your celebration.

To add a twist to a traditional lentil soup, add some feta cheese cubes and a few drops of lemon juice for a rich taste. Your guests will savor every spoonful!

#3 Roasted Vegetables

If we are sticking to healthy ingredients, how about roasting some vegetables? Not many people can resist crispy appetizers that come with spicy dip or Greek yogurt.

You can prepare just a few plates of roasted potatoes, carrots, garlic, onions, and asparagus and place them on trays all around the table for your guests to pick as much as they want.

A few spices, aromatic herbs, and olive oil will transform this simple recipe into a finger-licking side dish.

#4 Charred Eggplant with Burrata

Charred eggplant with burrata is one of the popular cold wedding buffet menu ideas. Smoked and soft eggplant will surely warm up your guests during the cold season, and the richness of burrata will tickle their taste buds. There is one more element that makes this main course unique, and it’s a pomegranate-walnut relish.

If you want to impress your guests, do it with a dish that will satisfy their palate and offer a balanced blend of seasonal flavors. Charred eggplant with burrata will be the one to remember after the wedding.

#5 Toasted Ravioli

Toasted ravioli is one of our personal favorite winter wedding food ideas on a budget. They are easy to make, and everybody loves them! You can serve them as an appetizer or a second main dish, depending on the portion you choose.

Regardless, crispy ravioli served with a marinara sauce is a suitable dish for any cold month. You can choose different fillings to meet the dietary preferences of the guests.

Final Word

Planning a wedding requires patience and attention to detail. As for the winter wedding food ideas, you don’t have to crowd the table with many dishes but focus on a few options that can be refilled from time to time. This may save you some expense and let everyone get a bite of winter staples you choose for your wedding.

We hope our 5 winter menu ideas have inspired you and helped you choose the dishes you would like to have on your special day. We’ve also listed menu inspirations that you can either cook yourself if you want to organize a small wedding or hire a catering service to prepare to take care of the wedding foods.

Regardless, warm appetizers, beverages, and main dishes will guarantee everyone will feel cozy and comfortable at your wedding.

Bibliography

  1. https://www.brides.com/winter-wedding-menu-ideas-6822705
  2. https://www.theknot.com/content/fun-winter-foods-youll-love-for-your-wedding-or-any-party
  3. https://charmynow.com/winter-wedding-comfort-food-ideas/

Author

  • Dacia Flowers

    Dacia Flowers is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) with a major in Cultural Anthropology. Since graduating in 2019, she has expanded her expertise and applied her anthropological background in the practical domain. As the Administration Manager at CMJJ Gourmet since August 2022, Dacia handles crucial day-to-day operations, ensuring the warehouse's optimal functionality, timely delivery of orders, and managing invoices. Her commitment to excellence and in-depth understanding of organizational dynamics stem not just from her academic prowess but also her personal passion. Beyond her professional responsibilities, Dacia has a keen interest in reading, loves to travel, and stays active through regular exercise.

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