Plated Dinner: Wedding Edition


Although not too common in Utah, some brides choose to have a plated dinner during their wedding celebrations. Some have it as the main celebration, and others will have dinner for family and close friends in addition to a reception later that evening. Recently, one of our brides chose the latter.


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Our bride chose to hold her wedding dinner at Castle Park Events Center in Lindon, UT. She and the groom planned a small ring ceremony outside on the grass and then close friends and family went inside for a delicious meal.

To start off the two-course meal, we served a fresh green salad with mandarin oranges, almonds, and avocado bits. For the main course, the guests had an option between grilled chicken with a cranberry-orange chipotle sauce or marinated sirloin steak with a creamy chile verde sauce. The sides for the main course were a Tex-Mex linguini and fresh green beans.



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Leah 2For each table number, the bride and groom included a picture of themselves as the age of the table number.  For example, this was table #6, and the pictures were of them at age six.


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Leah 5Our meat was cut fresh at the event and reached the perfect amount of cooking.


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After the guests filled their tummies, it was time to get ready for the reception. At the reception, we served a light- but flavorful!- spread of handmade fruit tarts and mini dulce de leche mousse cupcakes.


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Leah 8Our fresh fruit tarts ready to be put out on trays for the reception.


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Leah 13Our bride made this signage by hand. The border on the outside was actually sewn on.


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Congratulations to the bride and groom; the wedding was beautiful and so was the couple!





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