Classic Spring Wedding Menu and Table Décor
The spring season might be one of the most popular seasons for weddings. The mild, sweet weather and the blooming flowers expand the range of options to put together an unforgettable wedding. A spring wedding menu is an opportunity for fresh produce and pleasant, bright flavors.
Appetizers, Main Course, and Dessert
“Deviled eggs” is a classic food and a wonderful option on an appetizer menu. Perhaps one of the easiest to snack on, spring rolls also allow for a variety such as meat and vegetarian options. They’re super light as well. Goat cheese crackers are usually a crowd favorite and quite versatile as well. It can be served with leeks and peppers, mini toasts, or lettuce leaves.
For the main course, roasted vegetable couscous is another versatile option that goes well with a number of main course staples of a wedding menu, such as roasted chicken and fish. It can be paired with whatever you wish for your spring wedding menu. For an option for fish, salmon is a delightful addition to a spring wedding menu. It is paired up with asparagus and puff pastry for a fulfilling main course.
When it comes to dessert, a spring wedding menu needs to mention a carrot somewhere at least once, and why not a carrot cake? It can be served as cupcakes or in shot glasses for a sophisticated light dessert option. Parfaits are so incredibly versatile and are quickly becoming quite popular. They can be served in a number of ways to offer different combinations of flavors.
Make use of season foods to create the perfect spring wedding menu that’s fresh, clean, bright, and uses all the fresh local produce.
Another essential component of a spring wedding is decoration! Keep decorations refreshing and bright. It would be near-criminal not to take advantage of all blooming flowers for table decorations. Apart from the flowers, choose light or pastel color themes for the design.