Rebecca Dunn – Wedding celebrant Sheffield

Grazing plates are a lovely way to keep an informal vibe at your wedding breakfast. If you want more ideas about how to keep it relaxed, see below:

Grazing tables often take shape as a massive charcuterie board or spread of antipasti laden with meats, cheeses, olives, and a selection of loaves of bread. Fresh fruits, dips, nuts, and crackers are also traditionally incorporated.

  1. Rustic Grazing Table

Log slices of cured and smoked ham, salami, sausage and chorizo scream ‘eat me’. Use fresh fruits, veggies, bread and jam for any non-meat eaters, while texture comes from crisp crackers.

Make a rustic grazing table for your wedding guests with wooden chopping boards, mason jars and labels telling your guests what each cheese is.

2. BBQ Grazing Table

Delicious chicken skewers and veggie kebabs fresh off the BBQ are fabulous for a grazing table. It adds theatre to the display and is more filling than a cold table – ideal if you have quite a wait until the wedding breakfast.

3. Vegan Grazing Table

Vegan wedding food is becoming increasingly popular, so go for fresh and exciting plant-based grazing boards. Vietnamese spring rolls packed with avocado and a peanut dipping sauce, falafel, hummus, bruschetta, crudités, artichoke hearts, vegan cheese and more make for a vibrant and tasty spread.

Also add fruit platters to add to the colourful array!