We sum up the top dining trends for your wedding day
From food trucks to shawarma stands—we round up some of the most tempting concepts in wedding dining
Considerable thought is given to menus to cater to as many tastes and dietary requirements as possible. “From Turkish ice cream counters to shawarma stands that allow guests to choose their fillings, and live counters such as sushi and salad bars—interactive cooking stations will be a common feature,” says Ritika Sahi, Marketing Manager, 7 Vachan. There is a marked shift away from matching tablescapes to overall atmosphere. Sidhwaani opines that besides presentation, food counters that enable guests to be a part of the dining experience—from preparing your own dessert to choosing your salad dressing and even decorating your cookies—will be big.
In addition, grazing tables, meze counters and chocolate fountain stations are quite popular at smaller functions. To make your wedding meal an experiential affair, Kunal Rai, Vice President Weddings & Events, Tamarind Global, advises, “Draw up a menu à laChef Wolfgang Puck, with smoked salmon on Oscar flatbread, caviar and crème fraiche, tuna tartare, crab and lobster Louie and gold wrapped baked potatoes.”
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