Your wedding menu!
Majority of the guests at your wedding will remember only the food that was served on the day. Therefore, a proper reason for you to pay attention to the menu card of your wedding.
With Indians being experimental with food preferences, we have a larger scope in terms of cuisines. One can choose from traditional north Indian or south Indian cuisines to continental, Chinese, Thai and even Mexican. You can pick a food theme for your wedding too.
Food is on top of the wedding planning list especially in north of India. Weddings in Delhi are known for their exquisite food options. Delicacies like dal makhni, tandoori chicken, malaipaneer or pindichole are always on the wedding menu.
We can always plan a three course meal that takes care of major food preferences especially what the bride and groom love. It can include starters, main course and desserts. Each category having a minimum of five to three different food variants. Also, the presentation of the food stalls is of great importance as they attract your guests and urge them to try more options. Sometimes the food stalls are decorated in a way that they add to the wedding decorations.
Couple of suggestions basis the mass food preferences at the Indian weddings.
The North Indian extravaganza – this primarily includes all the popular dishes at the weddings and is a great package for those who prefer for a traditional wedding. It has great options for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. You can also choose from Punjabi, Rajasthani, Pahari, Kashmiri or Lucknowi cuisines.
Chinese platter – The food options listed here are primarily for the starters as they are preferred by all and are filling. People tend to eat more of starters and less of main course. Dishes like chilli chicken, honey chilli potato wedges, spring rolls and soups are loved.
Dessert delight – What is wedding without sweets! You can explore plethora of options ranging from traditional mithaai and halwa to ice-creams, cakes and chocolate mousses.
Hope this article gives you some points to begin your wedding planning. Share your thoughts with us. See you at the wedding! Happy eating!
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