On this monumental day in your life, it is a joy to be surrounded by your loved ones who celebrate this occasion with you. Since your family and friends have dedicated so much time to your nuptials, it is only natural that you want them to have a wonderful time at the festivities. This involves the very exciting aspect of party planning.
I think we can all agree that food is one of the most important things to consider when planning your reception (and, well, in life). Here are some of our favorite, super creative bar food ideas for your wedding:
A build-your-own crostini station with breads, toppings, and sides served on wooden platters and earthy tableware.
An olive oil tasting station with olives, bread, and dried fruit.
An ice sculpture raw bar featuring tiers of fresh crab legs and oysters.
A build-your-own taco bar with fresh toppings like salsa, cilantro, lime, and onions.
A Cajun-themed menu featuring a tiered stand lined with glasses of seafood salad topped with blackened shrimp.
An eclectic cheese-and-prosciutto station with assorted fruit displayed against a wall of wild succulents.
A modern sushi bar featuring an arrangement of sashimi, tuna rolls, and california rolls.
A rustic pizza station with pies served on a picnic table decorated with mason jar candles and potted plants.
A biscuit bar lined with honey and jams featuring a hand-lettered chalkboard sign and a hanging frame.
A retro-themed spud bar featuring potato wedges, baked potatoes, fries, and tater tots.
A farmer’s market-inspired vegetable stand featuring locally grown produce and assorted breads.
A DIY french-fry station served in metal baskets with assorted dipping sauces.
Check out Brides.com for more awesome bar food ideas.