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Summer Wedding Catering Themes

Even if you don’t have a specific theme, you’ve likely considered how you want your wedding day to feel. Is it going to be formal or casual? Is it better to be traditional or unconventional? Make your menu based on what you think is right. Barbecue may be ideal for a patio wedding, but it may be too messy for a black-tie event. Of all, we enjoy good deviance from the usual, and you can have the most fantastic fun with your cuisine if you receive an unusual pairing. A late-night snack of sliders and fries, for example, may not appear formal, but it may be just what your visitors are looking for. Here are some perfect summer wedding catering themes we have curated for you.

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Classic Wedding Catering Ideas 

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Brunch Bar

Whether your wedding is in the morning or you and your darling are great lovers of brinner (breakfast for supper), a brunch spread is guaranteed to please your guests. There should be something for everyone, so include savory alternatives like biscuits and gravy with sweet jams and fruits.

Ice Cream Bar

There’s no better way to treat your guests at the end of the night than with an ice cream station. Add fun toppings like hot fudge, sprinkles, or candy to make it unique.

Pizza Platter

What better way to toast your love than with a pizza? This simple wedding buffet concept is a crowd pleaser and a terrific way to accommodate a wide range of preferences.

Bohemian Wedding Catering Ideas 

Donut Station

Donut walls and spreads have been increasingly famous over the years due to their unique tastes and Instagram-ability. This buffet option is ideal for couples who don’t want to have a traditional wedding cake.

Pasta with Cheese

When it comes to dinnertime, pasta is arguably the most obvious choice. Consider a food station or a pasta buffet if you can’t settle on a theme. Consequently, everyone will be able to pick at least one dish they love for supper.


The whimsical, romantic, and eclectic Cupcakes Boho motif is more whimsical, romantic, and diverse. Cupcakes, unlike traditional wedding cakes, don’t require a fork and knife; plates aren’t often needed because the wrapper doubles as one. Guests get the proper quantity with fewer leftovers since cupcakes are personalized.

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Glamorous Wedding Catering Ideas 

Grazing Table

If you and your spouse appreciate the most delicate things in life, there’s no better way to celebrate than with charcuterie. For several years, wedding guests have been entranced by these massive meat and cheese spreads, and they’re guaranteed to be a success this year.


For many years, salmon fish has been a wedding staple. Change the glaze according to the season for a fresh and distinctive twist. In the summer, try a bright lemon garlic glaze; in the winter, try a rich red wine mushroom sauce.

Grilled Cheese Bow

Grilled cheese sandwiches are a favorite because of the crisp bread and melty cheese. To make a marriage made in heaven, serve these little sammies with shot glasses of tomato soup. These cheesy nibbles are sure to please.

Rustic Wedding Catering Ideas

Roasted Meats

If you want an exquisite plated meal for your wedding, roasted meats are a good option. Your dinners will still have a rustic flavor to them without compromising formality.

Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup Shooters

Grilled cheese and tomato soup are one of the most classic comfort food combinations, making it a terrific rustic alternative. By making grilled cheese and tomato soup shooters, you can convert this into elegant hors d’oeuvres.

Bread Bowls

Veggie plates are a common sight at most cocktail hours. There’s a valid explanation behind this. They provide a wide range of alternatives for your visitors while being light and cost-effective. Consider serving your dip in bread bowls to give a rustic touch. Make sure to include bread cubes as well.

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