It’s NATIONAL DONUT DAY, y’all! We’ve been worshipping wedding donuts for years now and they’re still just as fun as ever. And delicious. I argue that they are the most delicious dessert. Meet me in the parking lot if you don’t agree.
Donuts are the HOLE shebang. DONUT miss out on these super fun wedding donut walls…
If kombucha is your thing, and it is for some of us, then get ready for a new kind of signature cocktail for your wedding: kombucha mocktails! These non-alcoholic drinks are full of cocktail-style ingredients that make them yummy for everyone. Here are a few of our favorite kombucha mocktails recipes…
We are going super laid-back, backyard wedding on a Friday evening. Our thought was to have a long grill set up and have each guest pick a pork chop or chicken and grill their own. We will have meat thermometers available. Our thought was that we didn’t want people to show up get food, sit with whom they normally socialize, eat, and leave.
My fiancé and I are both gluten-free and decided on a fall apple crisp instead of a cake. How do we dress it up for the wedding? I searched the internet far and wide and all I see are towers of cupcakes, donuts, and pies. I can’t figure out how to make a big tray of apple crisp look like a special dessert. We don’t need one hundred tiny glass jars and a throwaway option isn’t our style. Any ideas on making our gluten-free cake alternative look fancier?
Remember Scott and Arthur’s super adorable Castkills wedding where they made us grin like whoa at their antics? There was even more to see. At their reception, they offered up a movie theater-style popcorn station complete with popcorn bags for self serving. Oh it’s so theater-tastic! Take a page from their book if you want to offer a pre-dinner or late night snack to your guests.
Food truck weddings are super Pinterest-board trendy right now, and if you’re going for a casual, urban feel for your wedding, having great local food trucks cater your event is definitely the way to go. We did it, and we’d do it again in a heartbeat, but we encountered a number of problems that I wish someone could have warned us about that were unique to having our catering on wheels. So here are nine things to keep in mind when planning your food truck wedding.