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Holding a winter wedding can have its challenges but there are many options within your catering to add to the snug and cosy charm to your special day. The opportunity to offer a host of warming foods and drinks we all love, but may not be so well suited to a summer wedding will be certain to keep guests satisfied, even if Jack Frost is nipping at your toes. 

Hot mulled drinks such as cider and wine are a deliciously sweet alternative to chilled bubbles for your guests to enjoy. A hot chocolate station for guests to build their own drinks topped with whipped cream is a delightfully fun addition to your winter wedding day. And for the adults, offer coffees finished with a splash of your favourite liqueur 

Canapes such as mini Yorkshire puddings, hot glazed cocktail sausages or even toasted sandwich bites work wonderfully within the catering scheme for the colder wedding months. 

Hearty casseroles, chunky soups and deep-filled pies are all wintery comfort foods, which although often reserve as home feasts for a dark evening, they can also still deliver show-stopping courses within your wedding breakfast. 

Of course, most winter weddings are not without a Hog roast to satisfy hungry evening guests. But beyond just a rustic hog roast there are a host of evening catering options to keep the chill of winter at bay. Winter BBQ’s serving a variety of foods suitable for most dietary requirements give more options. Or perhaps you want to bring in a vendor who can accommodate fish and chips or Yorkshire pudding wraps. 

Finally, for the sweet-toothed guests don’t neglect your choice of desserts. Crumbles and strudels with lashings of custard are a wholesome last course. But of course, a cheeseboard accompanied by a warming glass of port can equally suit a winter wedding.