Your guests will most likely work up a sweat on the dance floor, so having refreshing drinks on hand will be a must. Add some local Colorado flavor to the situation by setting up galvanized tin buckets filled with Zuberfizz soda near the dance floor.
I love the idea of incorporated local liquor into a your signature drink. Located about an hour outside of Houston, in San Leon, Railean Distillers crafts its rum from pure cane molasses, sourced from Florida and Louisiana
Just because you're planning a bridal shower at home doesn't mean you're stuck with a platter of cold cuts for lunch. The James Chicago, one of the Windy City's finest boutique hotels, recently expanded their catering options to include Primehouse's American Dim Sum menu.
If you're planning a wedding during these cold months it's a nice gesture to serve a hot beverage during your cocktail hour. We asked Boston cocktail guru Ed Garland of Beverage Events for his favorite winter warmer.
Ice cream is a tried-and-true complement to a slice of wedding cake. But for something more gourmet and whimsical, consider serving guests scoops of creamy gelato at your reception, perhaps as an extra treat to enjoy post-dancing.
Paula Marrero of Gourmet Caterers offers original ideas on how to dress up the usual "chicken or beef" options using seasonal ingredients. Below are two menus (one plated, one with stations) she created for a winter wedding--be warned, you'll be hungry once you read them!