How to Create Your Wedding Menu Satisfying Every Guest

You might have already selected a wedding venue. Now it's the right time to think about the next, perhaps, one of the most important things - the menu.

That's not an easy task, to tell the truth. You have to not only choose the right meals, but right quantity and quality as well. Most of the restaurants combine cuisine of several countries or continents, which will allow you to put together both taste and beauty. You’ll surely need help of the venue's admin or brand chef as they got rich experience in this field.

Various salads, tasty and fragrant hot appetizers, bruschettas, slices, cheeses and of course desserts. Already getting hungry? Here are several pieces of advice on how to take control of yourself and not to order anything extra.
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Don't order too many ordinary meals. Try to stick with less food and more sophisticated delicacies that will impress your guests. This also creates nice variety
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Order half portions. This will allow your table to be richer. As a rule one portion contains several pieces of meat, fish, etc. and there will be hardly anyone willing to take more than one piece. Thanks to this little trick they will be able to try more dishes.
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For buffet try to prefer fruits to cakes. Fruits are known to help with food digestion and cakes might be quite heavy. Make an accent on the main wedding cake.
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As opposed to food, alcohol does not get boring as the night goes on. Go ahead and order some extra bottles. Just imagine how pleasant it would be to open the last bottle of wine or champagne on your wedding anniversary.
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Don't forget about your vegan friends and include some meals specifically for them.
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Put a stress on seasonal fruits and vegetables.
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Stick to the wedding style and select meals fitting the theme, however do make sure you have sufficient variety
By following these simple rules you definitely won't leave your guests disappointed or even hungry. In their turn, they will create unforgettable atmosphere of feast and joy. Cheers!