What to serve at a daytime wedding reception

More couples than ever before are getting married during the day and extending their celebrations way into the evening. After all, as one of the biggest days of your life, it’s certainly worthy of a big celebration.

However, many couples struggle to know what to serve at daytime wedding receptions. This is because they don’t want their guests full, tired and unable to enjoy the evening entertainment, nor do they want them too worse for wear too soon!

From menu choices through to drink choices, we have you covered. So, if you’re struggling with your daytime wedding reception plans, you have certainly landed in the right place.

Prosecco tray served at weddings

Cocktail hour stations

When it comes to planning a wedding today, there are no rules. An increasing number of couples are becoming more adventurous and stepping away from the norm when wedding planning.

A great way to introduce light drinking into the day’s celebrations is to set cocktail hour stations where your guests can enjoy their favourite tipple. Prosecco trucks are also becoming increasingly popular.

All about the canapés

If you are having an evening meal later in the evening, it’s important that you keep any rumbling tummies at bay during the day. Wedding celebrations can go on all day and night.

Canapes served at weddings

Say, I brew!

Everyone loves to celebrate with their favourite pint and it’s becoming more and more popular for couples planning their wedding to serve a whole host of craft beers on their special day. You could even have a special craft beer bar at your reception.

Pop up food outlets

If you’re looking to add a fun dimension to your wedding celebrations, incorporating pop-up food outlets is a great way to offer your guests unique choices with novelty appeal as well as great quality food.

We provide a range of street food options including traditional burgers, maple glazed hot dogs, homemade nachos and delicious tacos. There really are lots of ways to mix up your wedding menu when it comes to pop-up food outlets.

The traditional three course meal

Just because you are getting married during the day, doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to enjoy a traditional three course meal.

The majority of wedding venues offer extensive menu choices and are able to accommodate a range of dietary requirements.

Food and drink is a huge part of any wedding celebration, so always make sure you do your research and get more than one quote when choosing your wedding menu and drinks menu.

Dessert served at weddings

If you would like to find out more about making your dream wedding a reality at The Brewery – including a day of food and drink to savour –  our team of passionate experts are on hand with the help and support required to help shape your special day. Contact us today or discover more.