12 Top Wedding Food Trends

  1. Do brunch
  2. Think fresh
  3. Get involved
  4. Truck it
  5. Ingredient fix
  6. Get comfortable
  7. Go rustic
  8. Live like Gatsby
  9. Feel at home
  10. Drink up
  11. Fake the cake
  12. Have a snack


CREDIT: Elisabeth Perotin Photographie/OneWed.com

CREDIT: Elisabeth Perotin Photographie/OneWed.com

We picked the brains of four top wedding bloggers to compile a list of 12 of this season’s latest food trends. From food trucks to buttoned-up comfort food and “Gatsby”-inspired grub, couples are shying away from the traditional sit-down dinner and getting creative with fun and lighthearted nuptial fare. Our list is sure to inspire, and satisfy, all of you foodie brides-to-be for your big day.

Do Brunch

“Brunch has become popular lately because daytime weddings are cheaper than doing dinnertime or afternoon. I’m also seeing people doing breakfast for dinner — like omelettes or pancakes.” – Jen Campbell, GreenWeddingShoes.com editor and creative director.

“A big one is brunch-themed weddings. They might have mimosas, bloody marys, an omelet station… daytime weddings like this are really trending, especially since they are usually less expensive.” – Azure Nelson, OneWed.com editorial director.

Think Fresh

“People are turning to fresh, organic foods sourced locally. They might look for caterers that source out as locally and organic as possible.” – Christina Friedrichsen,IntimateWeddings.com owner and editor.

“Today there is almost an expectation of local, seasonal ingredients at weddings. Caterers are thinking more toward the lines of organic and farm fresh foods.” – Anja Winikka, TheKnot.com site director.

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