• Heidi Melton

Reception Feast! - What's For Dinner?

With wedding traditions changing each and every year, one tradition we don't see changing quickly is hosting a reception meal of some kind. ONBB - Old. New. Borrowed. Blue. Weddings love to see your decor elements tied into your menu in some fashion. Here in the last couple of years we have seen the meals become more and more custom to the couple. With more interactivity for the guests and interesting flavors that won't ever be forgotten. It expands passed what your guests are eating and how the meal is displayed too; with interactive food stations, living bars, and themed buffets tying in every element of the wedding day, the reception feast isn't a plain grilled chicken dinner anymore. Let's see what's for dinner. As always we love seeing what your are offering too! Comment below with your menu and how you're getting creative with your reception dinner!

Interactive food stations themed to the bride and groom's favorite cuisines. Design by Boldly Chic Events - Photography by Jessica Strickland Photography - Catering by Kahn's Catering

Photo Cred: Jessica Strickland Photography

Photo cred: Jessica Strickland Photography

Champagne stations before the ceremony add an element of both celebration and elegance before you even walk down the aisle. Design by Boldly Chic Events - Photography by Sara Ackerman - Catering by Kahn's Catering

Photo cred: Sara Ackerman Photgraphy

Interactive dessert stations go far beyond the standard wedding cake table. We have seen dessert tables, towers, cookie bars, make your own, and even dessert trucks.

Photo Cred: Laura Gordon Photography

What are you planning for you wedding feast? When you are thinking about your overall design and look of the day, is all starts to add up. Save some money by shopping on the ONBB Wedding app. You can find all kinds of interesting and unique decor, dresses, and much more. After the wedding you can resell your wedding items to make some of your wedding money back.