The Cocktail Hour
Adding a DIY touch to the cocktail hour invites attendees to start the fun way before the dancing even begins. Infusion bars, which allow guests to customize their own libations are leading the pack among the Jewish wedding food trends. These fun cocktail bars allow people to tailor a personal beverage to taste and encourage conversation amongst all the attendees.
Not a liquor crowd?
Another Jewish wedding food trend is to opt for a wine tasting reception-complete with custom wine labels and corks!
For the cocktail hour Jewish wedding food: playful, and portable is the way to go! We are seeing a ton of savory mini cupcakes and lollipops, which give the illusion that it’s okay to have dessert first. Instead, these delectable cupcake delights are filled with manchego cheese, zucchini and salmon with creme fraiche. The lollipops are made similar to a smoked salmon pinwheel with a dill creme fraiche. Bite-size treats are both easy to walk around with and easy for guests to snack on before the big meal.
Jewish wedding food is all about the main course this year. The main course is pulling out all the stops to make sure it’s not an afterthought to the amazing cocktail hour.
Cross-cultural cooking is also trending in modern Jewish wedding food, showcasing the very popular Asian and Latin American flavor combinations. Dim Sum carts are huge hit!
One common denominator in all of the Jewish wedding food for the main course fare is small plates! Many events are opting for the small plate stations rather than the full-on buffet style.
Jewish Wedding food For Dessert
Last, but certainly not least in the dessert. Cupcakes and cake pops are still the rage, but coming up close behind are a couple of other delicious options such as the “Cake in a jar.”
Replacing the cupcake, these individual cakes are baked in teacups or uniform mugs in colors that compliment your wedding color palette. Having individual cakes allows for flavor variation.
Also gaining popularity are push up pops & popsicles that are guaranteed to cool anyone off during the summer. You’ll find flavors such as salted caramel, raspberry chocolate chile, coconut mango, espresso bean and praline brittle boasting big fan clubs.
These delectable Jewish wedding food trends are sure to get all the guests salivating!