Guest Post: Late Night Food Trends

February 28 • 2014

We are so excited to welcome Julie Stevens, owner of Mountain House on Sunday River, a brand new venue in Maine, to talk about some of the DIY personal touches that will make your wedding a huge success. At the heart of a great experience for your guests is the food. You don’t need to serve a 5 course meal to keep your guests happy. Sometimes a well timed snack can make the difference between guests checking out early or dancing all night.

Here is inspiration from Julie on late night DIY snack ideas:

One thing that many couples are accounting for these days is the late-night snack.  Picture this: your nearing the end of your reception, and your guests have been dancing their way through your must-play list since dinner, all the while burning calories and working up a major case of the munchies. We can almost guarantee you didn’t have enough time to fully enjoy dinner yourselves and you’re probably starving. Rather than order Dominos once the dust settles, why not serve up some tasty snacks just before the music stops. Passed sliders and mini mugs of beer or tiny tacos and tequila shooters are sure to satisfy those late-night cravings.

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