A Creative Food Bar at your Reception!

Be creative by having a unique food bar!

Be creative by having a unique food bar!

Your guests deserve to have the time of their lives at your wedding. After all, these wonderful people have come a long way to be there for you and to celebrate this huge moment in your life – so you will surely want them to feel great both during the ceremony and during the reception too.

Food bars are an amazing way of bringing smiles on your guests’ faces – and this is precisely why they have grown so much in popularity over the past few years. What are some of the most entertaining and unique food bars to plan for the big day? We have gathered some inspiring ideas – so read on and find out more.

·       Southern biscuits. Planning a Southern-style wedding? Serve Southern biscuits with different toppings and sweet teas. Guests will love to indulge in this, especially with summer right around the corner!

·       Slushies. Speaking of summer, consider the option of having a slushy bar at your wedding. These drinks are delicious, they are amazingly refreshing and everyone loves them regardless of age. Just make sure to offer more than one flavors, so that guests have more options to choose from!

·       Mashed potatoes. An all-time comfort food, mashed potatoes can be the perfect “blank canvas” for some really delicious treats. Provide guests with smooth, creamy mashed potatoes and different toppings and add-ons that work with this classic – we guarantee the idea will be more than appreciated!

·       Doughnuts. Indulgent and almost “sinfully unhealthy”, doughnuts are the perfect treat when you want to pamper someone’s taste buds with a sweet comfort food. Organize a “bar” with simple doughnuts and fun, delicious toppings and your guests will surely love “designing” the “ultimate doughnut dessert”!

If you are planning a wedding in New Mexico, don’t forget to stop by New Mexico Wedding Expos and Guide. You will find everything you need here – and all in the best and highest standards of the wedding industry!

 

Photo source: flickr.com/ Ryan A. Monson