Lancashire Life - - BRIDAL SPECIAL -

More cou­ples are look­ing for re­laxed din­ing to al­low their guests to in­ter­act, with cou­ples choos­ing shar­ing plat­ters and bar­be­cues for their wedding break­fast rather than the tra­di­tional, sit-down meal. Cheese wedding cakes are a pop­u­lar op­tion for cou­ples with savoury tastes – or can be of­fered along­side the sweeter va­ri­ety as part of the evening feast. Food sta­tions are another great way for guests to graze, min­gle, dance and graze again.

Prosecco vans, cock­tails served from vin­tage car­a­vans and mo­bile milk­shake shacks have grown in pop­u­lar­ity thanks to wedding blog­gers and Instagram. From orig­i­nally pop­ping up at fes­ti­vals and other big out­door events, this trend has moved into the wedding in­dus­try, mak­ing a fun al­ter­na­tive to a stan­dard bar. For more in­spi­ra­tion plan­ning your wedding see Lan­cashire and

Lake Dis­trict Bride. The new is­sue, on sale at £3.99 is pub­lished in June, www.buya­mag. co.ukl/bride

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