If you are planning a wedding then the food is a big part of the day. It should be a reflection of the happy couple’s tastes but also be something that appeals to the gathered guests. It can be difficult to please everyone – especially elderly grandparents – and there are plenty of things to choose from. Here are 10 top choices for your wedding breakfast that could set the union off to a great start.
1) Roast dinner
The classic English dish is a roast dinner, so this could be an ideal repast for an English union. Most people love this meal so family and friends should be happy, and there are plenty of caterers who can do this meal justice.
2) Something fishy
If you are more of a fish fan than meat person perhaps a fishy feast is what you should choose. Being a relatively small island Britain is always fairly close to the coast and that means that fresh fish can be easily acquired.
3) Indian feast
Another of the UK’s favourite meals is a good old curry, so why not enjoy one for your wedding breakfast? Sure it’s not traditional but who says you have to be? If you like Indian food – and an awful lot of people do – call some skilled Asian wedding caterers and have a spicy wedding meal.
4) Vegetarian wedding
There are an awful lot of vegetarians in Britain nowadays, and it is no longer a dirty word. Subsequently there are numerous caterers who can do fantastic vegetarian food that will surprise your carnivorous friends and family.
5) Buffet time
A buffet always goes down well and if you are planning a wedding on a budget this could save you a big chunk of cash. Most people are too drunk by dinner time to remember what they have eaten anyway, so why not have a tasty, substantial buffet?
6) Hog roast
A popular choice for wedding food these days is the hog roast and for good reason. It is not cheap but goes an awful long way and is delicious. It is still much cheaper than a five course wedding breakfast so consider it for a tasty alternative.
7) Fish and chips
Back to British favourites and now fish and chips. People love this classic, battery dish so why not treat your guests to it at the wedding you are planning?
8) High tea
Another good budget option is high tea. It is elegant and inexpensive, and you can scoff cucumber sandwiches, scones and cake until it’s time to hit the dance floor.
9) Sweet tooth
Another option is to skip dinner altogether and just have pudding. This might not be for everyone but for the sweet-toothed out there this could be a dream come true.
10) Mediterranean marriage
Mediterranean food is incredibly popular in the UK and throughout the world, so why not opt for this for a delicious wedding breakfast to remember?