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A Perfect Winter Wedding Menu

Throwing a successful winter wedding is a unique affair. Winter marriage celebrations tend to be exciting and more focused on particular details; one of which may be the menu! We have put together some winter wedding dishes to help you out creating a perfect winter wedding menu.

Wedding Catering Menu

Cocktail Hour Appetizers

During the cocktail hour, have waiters pass trays of delectable bites, such as Scallops Wrapped in Bacon, Stuffed Mushrooms, Crostini Parmesan Canapés, Creamy Tomato Crostini, Pear and Gorgonzola Crostini, Goat Cheese and Olive Marinated, and Cheese Tortellini, just to mention a few. Also, shot glasses of hot tomato soup, are perfect for winter wedding cocktails.

Soups and Saladscatering alternatives for your winter wedding

Our soup suggestions include Roasted Red Pepper Tortilla Soup or a Rustic Italian Butternut Squash Soup. For the salad, you can come up with new variations of traditional salads by including seasonal additions like pears, walnut, and cranberries.

Main Entrees

For entree time, you can offer the classic filet mignon with wasabi whipped potatoes siders, or a risotto cake, or opt out of more adventurous alternatives such as Moroccan Chicken!

Don’t forget vegetarian entrees! Some winter-meat-free ideas are Tofu in Ginger Plum Sauce, Roasted Vegetable and Polenta Lasagna, Portobello Mushroom and Grilled Vegetable Stack.

Self-Service Candy

Winter weddings self-service candy bars is an excellent alternative that your guests will surely remember. You can include white chocolate-covered cranberries, white M&Ms, pieces of Toblerone, green, red, and white gummy candies and sugar cookies, yogurt-covered pretzels, nonpareils covered in white sprinkles, white-coated chocolate mints, and various white Jelly Belly flavors.

The DiAntonio’s team can put together a fantastic winter wedding celebration menu for your special day. Contact us to discuss catering alternatives for your winter wedding in Philadelphia.

What’s your favorite winter food you’d love to have at your wedding?