Post # 1
Hi Everyone! I am choosing 3 appetizers for my upcoming wedding. My theme is luxury, glamoror, and i am trying to have a very trendy look. If you could please please pick the most luxurious and trendy appetizer of the ones listed, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks so so much everyone!
ps. Last time I was on here a lot of people were being really mean when I said I want a luxurious flavor. Please, if this is what you are going to say, then just do not respond. That is our theme so I want to stick to it all the way around. Thanks so much for your help everyone!
Post # 4
@katiee0707:You should try and make it so people can vote for more than one appetizer! I think a few of them sound delicious but I don’t want to pick just one! 🙂
EDIT: Nevermind – I read your post again and see that you only want people to pick one!! 🙂
Post # 5
I voted crab cakes. What about coconut shrimp?
Post # 6
Wow they all sound so nice , this is tough.
Post # 7
I voted Brie with plum relish…. but like I said…. that was difficult to choose!
Post # 8
Yay your back!!!! I dont know why people where so mean. I’m really looking forward to seeing your wedding come together! Hey did you pick a dress yet????
Anyway about your post they all look sooooo good but I ended up voting for Yellow Tomato Bisque shooters with Grilled Vermont Cheddar cheese. Yum
Post # 9
definitely go for a seafood type appetizer if you are going for luxury. Some of the veggie and cheese appetizers sound DELICIOUS but i wouldn’t associate them with luxury.
We had mini crepes with caviar at our wedding. People loved them and used the word “luxurious and glam to discribe them”
Post # 10
I would be cautious on going too far with the flavors. Delicacies like rotten shark might be “lux”, but no one wants to touch that with a ten foot pole. I would make sure to only pick one “out there” flavor, one “sure to please” app, and one safe app. You don’t want your guests saying “Ooooh these look FANCY!” then wrinkling their noses once they pop it into their mouths. My suggestions:
- Watermelon Brulee
- Bacon wrapped Dates
- Fig, Quince, & Goat cheeese Tart
- Fennel Lavender Cheesecake
Sure to Please:
- Sundried Tomato Tart (try something other than goat cheese, a lot of people have a strong adversion to it. Marscapone? Ricotta? Smoked Mozzerella?)
- Sake Infused Watermelon
- Brie and Vanilla Brouchee
- Crab cakes
- Mu shu Duck Crepes
- Tomato Bisque
- Lemongrass and Apricot Glazed Scallops.
Post # 11
Watermelon Brulee – you won my heart, I love watermelon brulee. Will you send me the leftovers?
Post # 12
@tksjewelry: Ive never had any, but thats what I voted for because it sounded so dang good.
Post # 13
@Caizn: When you get your tuchus to omaha I will make you some, not super complicated and soooooo worth it.
Post # 15
@katiee0707: I voted for the brie… creamy and delicious. Yum. I would love to see pictures of your wedding !!!! I love anything glamorous and elegant but it’s just not in the budget. It will have to be just above average nice, haha.
Post # 16
I don’t think its nice that people were mean to you – BUT – when it comes to food, things can be very “luxurious” looking/sounding, but that doesn’t mean people want to eat them. Pick some things that YOU love, it is your wedding, after all – but pick mostly things that the majority of your guests will appreciate too. Things like crabcakes and gazpacho are usually a safe bet – and anything you choose with a fancy topping or sause, you should have available plain as well for the less daring eaters. I was at a wedding with a caviar station once, and I don’t think anyone touched it – probably a waste of 500 bucks or so. Know your audience 🙂