17 Yummy Finger Foods to have at your Wedding!

Indian weddings are all about the food. Families and close friends gather for days to celebrate and make merry!

When the festivities are in full swing, guests like to munch on tiny bites of deliciousness to satisfy hunger pangs or pair with their drinks. We are all aware of the kebabs and fish fingers which do not usually make it past the first 2 rows of the crowd, but what other fun and finger licking stuff can you have?

Read on to find out!

Mini Curried Egg Tacos

Canapes Chaat!

Fried Chicken on Mini Waffles:D

Black bean patties with chipotle sauce and diced tomatoes.

Crispy Tandoori Chicken Drumsticks with Mango Chutney

Bread Pinwheels with Pesto and Cheese!

Tomato soup shots with grilled cheese bites

Sweet Potato Bites

Spinach artichoke mushrooms

Meatballs with spaghetti tops

Pizza Rolls

Tiny Pancake Bites with assorted toppings

Mini Mac and Cheese Bites

Lamb Meatballs

Lemon Caper Parmesan Potato Salad Bites!

Dahi Papdi Chaat in Glasses

Jalapeno Cheese Poppers! ( Personal Favourite )

Maan! Don’t these look amazing? Which one is your favorite? and from how we see it, you don’t need to wait for a Wedding to eat these!

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This couple handcrafted their entire wedding…Insane DIY ideas! Their cute dog was their Videographer.

When wedding photographers Cathy and Sebastian decided to tie the knot, they knew what they wanted. The couple got married in August last year and from the get go, the one thing that they focussed on was to enjoy the entire process and on making everything they needed by themselves!

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Says Cathy, their wedding was relaxed, DIY and focussed on their friends and themselves and their Pinterest mood board was their main source of inspiration.

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Cathy and Sebastian’s wedding ceremony was unique and was neither religious nor civil.It was guided by their friend Oscar who played a game with all guests singing an old song from their childhood called El Anillo (The Ring). Between each verse, their closest friends would read something to them and the song would continue.Then at the end, they exchanged Vows and Rings!

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The catering was from Roberto Galvez Banqueteria, but amazingly by the guests themselves. Guests brought along desserts, salads and other amazing dishes to create a potluck. After lunch, guests grabbed a blanket and created a massive picnic dessert area of sorts.

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If their wedding wasn’t already unique enough, the cherry on the cake was added by the bride’s homemade dress and the fact that their pet corgi, Leica was the videographer 😀

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“We made almost everything by our own hands. We silkscreened table cloths, made concrete chandeliers and did all the floral arrangements. Also, we hired and hung all the Tuscan light bulbs and the pendants at the venue. For my wedding dress, I had bought a dress from Modcloth, but it didn’t fit me so I redesigned it with my friend Natalia. In the end, we only kept the top of the dress and were very lucky to find the same colour in a fabric store in Santiago for the bottom. I also made my headpiece with some crin flowers (a technique that uses horse hair to make the flower shapes)” says Cathy

The couple saved money by picking a venue which had never hosted a wedding before. It was a risk but luckily it worked out!

“The best thing about planning our wedding was being together, doing things for our friends and knowing that everybody was going to have such a good time that day”, she concluded. “The worst thing was not knowing who was going to be there or not, right up until the last minute we had guests confirming if they were coming or not!”

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They advise future brides and grooms to try to enjoy the whole process. Enjoy every single thing about the wedding day, even the things that go wrong.

The laughter you’ll have together about it, days or months after the wedding, is amazing.

In retrospect, there was nothing they could have done differently. It turned out better than all that they thought it could be!

Check out the video made by the very cute Leica!

Check out all the Photos here: Blancorios

Article Source: RocknRollBride

 

 

 

 

18 Wedding Foods that are so perfect, we just can’t get enough of them!

When you have to attend a wedding, the first thought about an Indian Wedding at least definitely has to be food.

It does not matter whether it is a Muslim, Hindu, Christian wedding, the most important part of an Indian wedding is the catering, and it is definitely something which guests remember the occasion by.

These 21 foods will make you hungry, very hungry and take you back to all the weddings you have attended in the past!

Fried Papad

However hard you try, you can never say no to a fried papad

Boondi Raita

It is hard to not eat a bowl of this before dinner even begins

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Pani-Puri or Live Chaat Counter

Pani Puri are a meal in themselves, I am not sure why we treat them as an accompaniment

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Chicken Tikka!

Lol, the server usually doesn’t get past a certain point when these are on the tray

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Cocktail Samosas

Like Chicken Tikkas, it’s hard for these bad boys to get past a certain point.

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Paneer Reshmi Tikka

I think the chicken tikka samosas and the paneer come in a team!

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Hara Bhara Kebab

Crunchy and Crispy, they taste amazing with sauce

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Amritsari Fish Tikka

They are delectable with Chutney and Onions

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Mutton Rogan Josh

It is spicy, Tangy and Delicious. Tastes unbelievable with hot roti’s

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Butter Chicken

OMG, my mouth is watering!

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Maa ki Daal

Lol, I bet even Maa cant get enough of Maa ki Dal

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Malai Kofta

Piping hot Malai Kofta with Hot Rotis or Rice!

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Dum Aloo!

I am salivating!

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Tava Pulao

Tava Pulao with the Maa Ki Daal tastes amazing ( I rarely end up eating it)

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Chicken Biryani

Chicken Biryani, here is where it becomes a Man/Woman vs Food affair!

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Butter Naan and Rotis

When they are fresh and hot with a dollop of butter on top, there is no stopping us!

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Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun served hot, with vanilla ice cream!

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Jalebi and Rabri

Piping hot jalebis with Rabri can melt in your mouth

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As I am writing this post, I am salivating more and more, I am eating one of these tonight.

So which one of these are you definitely eating tonight!?