From the Antipasti to the Dolci, we can take your through our top tips for planning your Italian wedding menu
Italian wedding food is as essential for Italians as the venue and the dress. Celebrating your love and marriage with a beautiful Italian banquet is a large part of the day.
When it comes to choosing your menu, cake or drinks, the options can be overwhelming. Do you prefer something traditional or a more modern fusion approach? To help you plan your Italian wedding food, we’ve put together our hints and tips to celebrate in style.
Italian Wedding Food
Usually, at an Italian wedding, there are four courses. The antipasti, (Starter), Primo Piatto (First Course), Secondo Piatto (Secound Course) & Dolce (Dessert). You can also add a sorbet course for an extra special touch.
We design each of these courses around your day and tastes. From Risotto, as you Primo Piatto, to Fillet Steak as your Secondo Piatto, you hand-pick everything.
As a special extra touch, why not have a cocktail hour with Italian Hors d’Oeuvres. Locally sourced olives, cheese, meats and breads will create a selection of appetizers you’ll remember forever.
When choosing your Italian wedding food, you must ensure you have the best caterers and suppliers.
We have worked with caterers and venues to create unique menus for over 14 years. We can create something exceptional with our in-depth knowledge of each region’s specialities and modern trends.
Furthermore, we work with high-end cake artists who can bring your dream wedding cake to life. From three-tiered buttercream showstoppers to a traditional Mille Foglie, they will create a masterpiece for your guests.