I hope you loved the GORGEOUS wedding we reposted yesterday from Every Last Detail blog. It was AMAZING, but we here at Culinary Crafts are even more excited to share THE FOOD with you (of course)! This wedding was so pretty and the food was the perfect accent for the party. Check it out!
How great is this rustic bar? And we LOVE the mason jar that held the fun blue signature drink the couple picked too!
How about these appetizers? Yum! Such a great variety from the mini Cordon Bleus to the Stuffed Mushrooms and the Pork Belly Crostini, there was something for everyone!
What a way to start the meal! Spinach Romaine Salad with Asian Pears, Gorgonzola, Dried Cranberries, Candied Pecans, and Carmelized Onion Balsamic Dressing. YUMMY!
A double entree plated dinner is SO fabulous and such a great way to offer your guests a taste of each option for dinner! This plate had our Mesquite Grilled Rocky Mountain Trout and Pan Seared Filet of Beef Tenderloin. Pair that with Potatoes Dauphine and Bundles of Fresh Roasted Green Beans, and you've got yourself a perfect plate!
I know this post is all about the food, but I couldn't resist sharing a picture of this long dining table. It was SO pretty and I love how everyone mingles throughout the meal!
Another great food-centric detail from this wedding? The couple chose to give their friends and family gifts of Local Mountain Honey and little treats. So fun!
Now, onto my favorite part, the dessert! We served three different kinds of cake pops, and aren't they pretty? Sucha great way to allow people a little sweet taste of something, without commiting to a big piece of cake if they are full from dinner.
Aren't a cake (or cake pop) fan? We also had a custom popcorn bar for guests with different flavors of gourmet popcorn! Delicious!
We loved every detail of this wedding and are so happy to have been able to share it with you and that Every Last Detail posted it too! Congrats to Kate and Damon, and happy planning everyone!
Check out more Salt Lake City, Park City, and Utah County catering at www.culinarycrafts.com!Photos by Pepper Nix Photography