- 3 years ago
- Wedding: January 2014
I am getting married in January so I am waiting to make soups, hot chocolate, and coffee. Those are my main focuses.
For soups I am wanting like a vegetable soup, a potato soup, and a chicken and dumplngs soup. I will provide toppings for the soups such as, bacon bites, cheese, and crackers.
For the hot chocolate and coffee bar (my family is huge coffee drinkers, we have it at EVERY family gathering) I will also have toppings as well such as carmel, peppermint, marshmellows, whipped cream, cinnamon, and maybe peanut butter chips, as well as flavor creamers for the coffee.
I am also wanting to provide smaller items for my guest to snack on during cocktail hour such as shrimp cocktail, cheese and crackers.
For cocktail hour we are only allowed beer and wine on the grounds, hard liquor is not even on option. (The one let down since me and my fiance are both bartenders) We aren’t even big on beer and wine, we are much more hard liquor drinkers. I do love moscato but no other wines. I am thinking about offering “signature drinks” still such as a sangria and maybe a bellini. I am wanting to have more moscato than a lot of red wine becuase I do not want to be left with a ton of alcohol I will never drink. For beers I am thinking Bud Light, Corona (with lime of course), Michalob Ultra, and Sam Adams.
Can you think of any more toppings for the soups that my guest might like?
Can you think of any more toppings for the hot chocolate and coffee bar that my guest might like?
Can you think of any more smallesr items that my guest might like during cocktail hour?
How would you feel on the alcohol situation?