- A brunch or breakfast. Think: coffee and tea; fresh juice; champagne or mimosas; pastries, muffins and breads; crepes or omletes.
- Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. If it's a pre-dinner or late-evening wedding, you can serve elegant nibbles and drinks, plus champagne and cake.
- Dessert party. Again, a later-evening wedding (your guests will already have eaten dinner) can be a delicious spread, with coffees, teas and champagne.
- Buffet dinner. The options for food are virtually limitless. The best thing is to visit caterers to sample foods you like.
- Sit-down dinner. This is most traditional and, again, the food options abound.
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