4 Out-Of-the-Box Culinary Experiences For Your Wedding
The food at your wedding is one the most memorable and important parts of your big day. Here are 4 out-of-the-box culinary experiences to make your wedding unique, and your guests leaving with a full stomach.
Chocolate bags and tea parties at The Bedford Village Inn & Grand at the Bedford Village Inn – Bedford, NH
Looking to customize your wedding day or bridal shower? Start with dessert. The beautiful Chocolate Bag -A Holy Grail offering – is a showstopper at weddings and private events at the Bedford Village Inn. Their Signature Chocolate Bags are customized to fit your wedding color scheme and are also monogrammed with your initials. The delicious Chocolate Bag includes white & dark chocolate mousses, assortment of fresh berries, and Chambord sponge cake.
Another sought after item is their Tea Time menu, perfect for bridal showers, engagement or cocktail parties and couple’s shower on a more intimate scale for 50 guests. Featuring a table top assortment of petite scones, fresh fruit and berries, field greens salad with apricots, and finger sandwiches and pastries. Indulge your guests with smoked salmon, cucumber & crème fraiche, seasonal vegetable & goat cheese quiche, hand dipped strawberries in white and dark chocolate, and more.
The Bedford Village Inn and The Grand at Bedford Village Inn sets the stage for truly extraordinary weddings in Southern New Hampshire. Their 10-acre estate is impeccably landscaped, with wisteria-lined walkways and elegant fountains; choose from a range of splendid indoor and outdoor wedding venues, guaranteed to provide the perfect setting for your very special occasion.
Artisan flair and freshness at LaBelle Winery – Amherst, NH
Wedding couples choose LaBelle Winery for its gorgeous vineyard views, architecturally striking hilltop event center, farm-to-fork culinary fare and award-winning wines. From LaBelle’s onsite vegetable farm, vineyards with honey producing bee hives and state-of-the-art wine production facility, their wedding offerings are unprecedented.
LaBelle Winery offers couples a “winemaker’s touch” throughout their culinary journey, from menu planning, to tasting, to wedding day fare. Winemaker, Amy LaBelle, assumes an active role alongside her skilled culinary team in crafting menus that incorporate LaBelle wines, imparting unique flavor profiles and distinctive character, such as LaBelle wine marinated filet mignon grilled over LaBelle wine infused oak barrel chips.
LaBelle’s exclusive house-made culinary focused wedding favors include, vineyard honey jars and wine-infused jams. LaBelle’s intriguingly unique wedding cake enhancement is an outstanding mini Belgian chocolate cup filled with LaBelle dessert wine and LaBelle’s exclusive winetinis (wine and spirit cocktails) are perfect for signature drinks. Raise a glass of LaBelle bubbly, named Shimmer, and you’ll have created memories that will last a lifetime.
A delectable chocolate fountain at Cafe Escadrille – Burlington, MA
Do dessert differently with this stunning chocolate fountain at Cafe Escadrille in Burlington. Known for their custom designed wedding cakes, Cafe Escadrille excels in the art of desserts. Included in their Premier Wedding Package, the Chocolate Fountain acts as not only a dessert but also a stunning centerpiece. With decadent chocolate cascading down to your choice of dippable treats, this alternative wedding dessert is sure to please. You can choose from an array of items for dipping, from juicy strawberries to plump marshmallows. It’s a great accompaniment to your Wedding Cake, or perfect as a treat for your Bridal Shower. This unique dessert will keep guests entertained and satisfy their sweet tooth.
Hors d’ouevres with a twist at Lombardo’s – Randolph, MA
At Lombardo’s in Randolph, MA, their favorite way to give guests a unique culinary experience is by switching up the vessel in which hors d’oeuvres are traditionally served. From wheat grass to miniature cones, they serve delicious bite in unexpected ways. An item to ask about? Try, their edible spoons. The spoons come in a variety of flavors and not only serve as a fun vessel, but an easy item to eat while holding a drink. Try the Asian Duck and Sweet Potato Rillettes on the Cilantro Edible Spoon or the Spinach Flan with Sweet Corn and Red Peppers on the Corn Edible Spoon.This is a paid partnership between Boston Magazine and Boston Magazine's City/Studio