Today, it's all about the food from the Utah Bride Blog Spring Editorial Shoot! Culinary Crafts has SO much fun putting together a menu that perfectly played off of FUSE Weddings and Events's amazing spring design concept. Check it out!
First, we just have to remind you how BEAUTIFUL this tablescape is! Plus, isn't Salt Lake Hardware Building a great venue? One of our favs, for sure!
Great mix of polished and raw elements. Plus the green and white palette is a perfect fit for spring and I love how the black pops in the napkins add depth.
I love this arbor design! Decoration Inc always makes such a gorgeous floral design and this one was seriously a show stopper!
The butler-passed hors d’oeuvres add another pop of spring color by using a watermelon radish instead of the typical crostini bread. Add local goat cheese and honey with chive and that's all you need to create this refreshing and crisp appetizer. Plus, we always want to make sure there's a pretty cocktail to serve too! Herbal cocktails are one of my favorite new trends and a garnish of fresh rosemary and mint in this lime gin concoction is the perfect drink to showcase to the freshness of spring!
Of course, there is more food too! Our seasonal spring salad is shaved asparagus and fennel garnished with sliced strawberries, candied walnuts, and micro greens. To give the white bistro plates a pop, a pretty pink beet dijon vinaigrette is served on the base. Such a pretty presentation!
In addition, a simple crusty mini baguette is elevated to “wedding dinner” status by wrapping it in white parchment paper, black and white twine, and emphasizing spring with a single rose bud. We love this extra special touch to make a baguette something a little more than meets the eye!
Culinary Crafts loved being a part of this shoot and it was so much fun to be a part of such a stellar vendor team! Thank you to Utah Bride Blog for letting us participate! Happy planning, everyone!
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