Get your appetite ready. Perhaps the biggest problem while choosing your destination wedding menu is deciding which all-inclusive cuisine fits your ceremony the best. It’s a fun problem to have right? At every Destify Top Resort, you’ll find cocktail hour canapés to full reception courses that’ll have your guests raving for years. Without further ado, let’s visit some of our top recommendations on what to serve at your destination wedding.
What is the best food to serve at a wedding?
Melon prosciutto brochette
Smoked salmon and cream cheese rolls
Mini crab tartlets
Brie cheese canapes
Mini caprese salads
Classic tahini and pita bread
Tuna tartar with sesame oil
Teriyaki beef brochettes
Coconut fish fingers
Classic spring rolls
Spinach and cheese quiches
Seafood vol au vent served with chipotle pepper and tequila sauce
Fresh salmon with avocado and passion fruit sauce
Chicken quesadillas Vallarta style
Mini potato tostadas served with pearls of calamari ink
Roasted pear salad with candied walnuts, bleu cheese, and balsamic reduction
Grilled sea scallops over toasted bread, bacon, anchovies dip, and coriander vinaigrette
Cold cantaloupe soup with prosciutto and green cantaloupe pearls
Surf and sky: chicken breast with shrimp, gratin potato, vegetables with star anise, orange liqueur, served over choron sauce
Surf and turf: beef filet and shrimp, broccoli mousse, foie grass butter, vegetables, served with red and white wine sauce
Chocolate mousse with puff pastry and red fruit soup
Opera cake with coffee sauce, Oreo cookies, and chocolate
How much does food cost at a wedding?
What is the cheapest food to serve at a wedding?
Still interested in serving more substantial plates? Limit your reception meals to food stations or heavier appetizers. With themed areas such as prime rib cutting stations or expanded salad bars, you can still offer delectable options with a luxurious flair.
Destination wedding catering will elevate your cocktail hour and reception. With mouthwatering options available via all-inclusive packages, you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank to serve the best cuisine. The only “problem” you’ll have is choosing between Beef Wellington and grilled mahi-mahi or even open bar and closed bar. No matter what you choose to serve at your destination wedding, you’re set up for success!
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