3 Meals That Make Great Wedding Dinners

It is time to start planning your wedding and you have about a million different things on your mind. You are trying to decide what type of flowers you want on the tables, where you are going for your honeymoon, who the flower girls are going to be, and so on. One of the biggest stresses is often what you are going to feed the guests on the night of your wedding. While there are so many different food options, it seems like so many of them never are the right choice for the night of the wedding. Wedding catering companies in Manhattan have provided you with so many different options to choose from.

3 Meals That Make Great Wedding Dinners

Things to Stay Away From

Let start with the items that you want to steer clear of. First of all, bright colors are always a bad idea. Spaghetti may be one of your favorite meals, but people do not prefer to eat the messy dinner in their nicest outfits. It is also important to stay away from common food allergies. It would be a bad idea to have pad thai for your dinner as it is likely that someone there will have a serious peanut allergy. You may not have thought about it, but a lot of food is going to be served in the room. You may want to consider staying away from foods with very strong odors. While it may taste great, I am sure that you do not want to have to smell it on everyone for the remainder of the night. Finally, stay away from things that are difficult to eat. The last thing you want is a picture of your chomping away at the ribs you decided you would love to have for your wedding dinner 10 years from now.

Creamy Pasta

Creamy pasta is always a good choice. The color is light, the smell is subtle, and everyone loves it. You can pair a lot of great sides with a good pasta. A beautiful green salad, a medley of vegetables, and a warm loaf of bread are a great way to make your guests love the dinner your have  provided them. Also, remember that you are going to have to eat this meal in front of a lot of people. It is a good idea to substitute the traditional fettuccine noodle for a smaller noodle that is much easier to eat. The taste is going to be the same but you can eat it much more gracefully in front of your guests as you visit.

Grilled Salmon

Salmon is elegant, yet simple. Many people see Salmon as a bit of a fancy dinner which makes it great for you to serve at your wedding. Also, salmon can be prepared many different ways. If you are going for more of an asian flare wedding, it is simple to make the Salmon pair well with your other items. Salmon can also be made very American. Whatever you are going for, salmon is a great choice. A light and fresh meal is something that your guests will appreciate later as they hit the dance floor for the evening.

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