When you think of the word pot luck, images of childhood gatherings where family friends would bring a plate or bowl of delicious around for dinner flood into your mind. But when you associate pot... Read more
Your wedding feast was cleared away hours ago and you still have dozens of people cranking out moves on the dance floor. How do you keep them satisfied all night? With these late night wedding... Read more
There's nothing worse than allowing your wedding guests to go hungry at your reception. The easiest way to find out if your guests have particular dietary requirements is to include a special box on... Read more
Welcome drinks are your guests’ first experience at your reception. Will you wow them? Or leave them feeling flat with only a glass of warm fizz for company? Make sure you get your celebration off... Read more
Street food is everywhere. No longer the preserve of dodgy burger and kebab vans, street food now means fresh, exciting cuisine cooked with love, from all around the world. It’s no wonder then,... Read more
A vital consideration for your wedding is working out how to keep your guests happy and satisfied during the connecting parts of your day, those interim periods of socialising and waiting between the... Read more
The wedding breakfast has traditionally been the focal point of the reception. The wedding party and guests sit down and enjoy a three or more course meal to celebrate and toast the brand new bride... Read more
There's a lot more to wedding alcohol than merely choosing between a nice red and white. And, although you don't have to be a vintner or a sommelier to put together a wedding's alcohol menu, it will... Read more
My husband-to-be and I are on quite a restricted budget and really can't afford to have a big do for our wedding but we want as many of our friends and family to be a part of our special day as... Read more
If tucking into gourmet meals or nibbling on delicious street food is your idea of a perfect holiday, why not consider spending your honeymoon eating your way around the world?
After all, there's... Read more
A glass or two of champagne is a nice addition to most weddings, even if it's only as a toast during the speeches. But a question you might be asking is - how many beverages should you serve and... Read more
There was a time, not all that long ago, when a wedding guest menu would consist of either beef or chicken. On some tables the main courses were simply served alternately. If you had the beef land... Read more
From the truly talented artisans at The Bakemonger in London comes this magnificent form of wedding cake - the dried fruit sculptured cake.
Not THAT dried fruit cake, the traditional one that has... Read more
It comes in many fantastic forms and can make even the eldest wedding guests regress to childhood; chocolate is by far a favourite of most people. Dark, white, or milk, there are endless ways to... Read more
The wickedly clever Annabel de Vetten, from Birmingham-based Conjurer's Kitchen, loves taking cake design to the next level.
An artist and trained sculptor by trade, Annabel brings her fine art... Read more