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Wedding Food Trends For 2020

Bespoke Drinks

When it comes to big-day beverages, the appetite for gin is not going anywhere with the rise of build-your-own-G&T stations and help-yourself cocktail bars. These give you a chance to offer up a variety of mixers and basic ‘ice and a slice’ alternatives – pink grapefruit, cinnamon sticks and even peppercorns...

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Farm-To-Table Wedding Food

Farm-to-table food is about making the most of the environment around you, be it growing your own ingredients, seeking out local suppliers, or sourcing produce from nearby farms. Use and incorporate homegrown produce, such as eggs, dairy and vegetables into your menus. It just adds even more of a personal touch...

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Wedding Grazing Tables

Communal feasting remains as one of the top wedding food trends, not least because it encourages your nearest and dearest to be super-sociable.

“There’s nothing better than watching guests digging in, and talking about the delights before them as they do!”

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Quirky Desserts

The industry is leaning towards an abundance of dessert options. One food trend we are noticing is offering your guests an abundant dessert station with lots of seasonally inspired offerings. This could include seasonal donuts as a way to integrate other dessert table options into their elegantly playful design or a grab-&-go dessert station.

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Vegan Wedding Food

Veganism is definitely up there when it comes to wedding food trends, and as it becomes increasingly popular, you’ll likely see it cropping up much more in 2020.

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