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These Wedding Food Trends Are So Inspiring!

Creating an appealing wedding menu is crucial for all couples getting married – not just for the sake of the wedding décor and vibes, but also because food will always be one of the most important elements in a wedding.

So, what are the freshest wedding food trends for 2018? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.

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  • Black foods. Sure, you might not want to go all the way gothic with your wedding food (although you totally can do this if it feels right for you). But if you want to add something really surprising to your wedding menu, try focusing on black foods. From blueberries to black rice and beans, there’s a pretty large variety of black or dark-colored foods to include in this trend – so don’t be afraid to be creative!

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wedding food trends 2018

  • Herbal cocktails. Not only are 2018 wedding foods filled with veggies and herbs, but the cocktails follow in the same trend as well. Herbal cocktails are easy to make, they taste amazing, and they have a pretty impressive look as well – so you really have all the reasons to consider them for your wedding day.

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  • Drip cakes. Tired of tiered wedding cakes? Everyone seems to be these days – so, in 2018, expect to see a lot of drip cakes. They are usually smaller than the traditional tiered cakes, but you can serve multiple of them (in different flavors, for example). Plus, the entire “dripping frosting” look is absolutely stunning!


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Photo sources: Eldriva Carol (vanhookc)

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