A late autumn wedding menu you’ll love

If you’re planning an autumn 2021 wedding, there’s no better time than now to start planning your reception dinner menu. Halloween and Bonfire Night are almost upon us, so let’s take a look at some aptly flavoured dishes for your special day:

Autumnal starters

Pumpkin soup is the obvious choice for a late autumn wedding starter. This versatile seasonal fruit – which most people think is a vegetable – is grown in its millions in the UK, and fits in perfectly with a seasonal wedding menu. If soup isn’t to your taste, then perhaps a beetroot salad with goat’s cheese and pumpkin seeds would make a great alternative.

Seasonal main courses

Wild fowl is popular during autumn and winter, as hunting season in the UK for partridges officially begins on 1st September, and for pheasants on 1st October. These are delicious when paired with seasonal accompaniments such as butternut squash or chestnuts. If you prefer a vegetarian wedding main course, a delicious broccoli quiche is a tasty option.

Late autumn desserts

This time of year evokes mouth-watering imagery of spiced ginger, toffee and pumpkin. Ask your caterer to incorporate these flavours into your wedding menu with a range of classy desserts. You could also have a hint of ginger in your wedding cake.

If you’re looking for top wedding reception venues in Cheshire, contact us at Delamere Manor. Our dedicated wedding planning team will be happy to take your call, book your autumn 2021 wedding and discuss your nuptial preparations with you.

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