Choosing the great food to serve to your guests is one of the most important things to decide on. Considering the season in which you’re getting married is really important when you’re deciding on the dishes that you must include.
There are various food options that are available only in a particular season and considering the season will ensure that you serve your guests only the fresh food options.
So as soon as the dates are decided you’ll instantly know in which season your wedding will take place and you can decide on the catering menu accordingly. While consulting from top wedding caterers in Ahmedabad we came to know about some wedding menus that go well according to a particular season.
Delicious Spring Wedding Welcome Dishes To Serve To Your Guests
If your wedding dates are falling in the beautiful spring season then follow along as we help you decide on a menu that’ll be perfect for that season. Yes, we know it’ll be hot and including a lot of fruits with a large amount of water content will be a great addition to the menu as it’ll help keep everyone hydrated.
This lightweight Gujarati dish will be a great addition to your wedding menu. Made with a batter that is prepared from rice and dried split chickpeas. This spongy dish is really lightweight and healthy. There are a lot of nutritions and it is really low on calorie content as it is prepared in steam.
This famous dish hails from the state of Maharashtra and is a dish made from tiny little puri shells that are really crispy and are filled in with a mix of potatoes, boiled pulses and chickpeas. Cold Dahi(curd) is then poured over it and is then topped with a garnish of coriander, namkeen sev and spicy chutney.
What makes this dish so wonderful is that it has a bit of all the tastes there are. It is really crunchy and is a perfect blend of flavours like tangy, sweet, spicy and salty. This dish will be a real treat for your tastebuds and we bet that including this one in a wedding will be a great option.
Who doesn’t like eating those paani puris! Paani puri is the most famous go-to street food for every Indian and first originated from the states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The same puri that is used in the above mentioned Dahi puri is filled in with a mix of potato, onion and chickpeas and are then filled with the spicy and tangy flavoured water.
A drink with some squashed mint leaves with added lime juice and sugar in a glass of water that is topped with a few ice cubes will surely keep your guests refreshed A classic virgin mojito needs not much introduction and can be served as both, alcoholic and non-alcoholic options. Traditional mojito is alcoholic and contains five ingridients namely, mint leaves, lemon juice, soda water, sugar and white rum.
Champagne is actually a fancy name for the sparkling wine and has a lighter taste. There are really low on the alcohol content and can be served with the brunch or with the evening snacks. If you want to steer clear from any alcohol beverages on your wedding you can always consider fruit champagnes.
Watermelon – Strawberry Lemonade
With all that dancing and celebration your guests will need something that’ll refresh them to the core and this drink does just that. Just throw in some pieces of watermelon and strawberry along with some mint leaves in the blender and top it off with some honey, lemon juice and water. Serve it chilled and make your wedding a super hit!
Watermelon – Strawberry Lemonade
Cold coffee is a drink that needs no introduction and can be one drink that can be approached many times by the guests to take in some caffeine to keep them going.
Adding some carbonated drinks to your wedding will also be a great option to serve your guests with the much-needed refreshments that your guests need.
With these snacks included in your wedding in the spring season, you’re sure to keep everything in the menu, light as it needs to be while keeping your guests feeling refreshed and welcomed.
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