A s the weather gets cooler and the leaves start to fall, the season’s colours change to warm burnt oranges and golds. Autumn is such a beautiful time to have a wedding. We love old-style buildings with tall windows and big fireplaces to dress with draping ivy, rich flowers, candelabras and church candles. A banquet would be a wonderful style of event for this season. Think long wooden tables, with drapes of warm velvets running along the middle. Deep gold and red platters filled with carvers of meats and roasted vegetables and jugs of port gravies placed along the centre of the table, ready to grab.
Sample Medieval Themed Menu
‘Old fashioned’ mini starters in the centre of the table
Duck liver pate with melba toast.
Wild boar chipolatas with honeyed parsnip puree.
Fresh oysters and condiments.
Potted shrimps on toasted brioche.
Winter broth soup shots.
Welsh rarebit toasts.
Roast beef, chicken and lamb with a rich madeira gravy.
Crispy roast potatoes & roasted root vegetables.
Mini kilner jars of mustard, mint jelly and bread sauce.
Sherry trifle and chocolate profiteroles.
Rustic cheeseboard, oat biscuits and dried fruit and nuts.
Coffee and petit fours.
Kir royale served in champagne saucers on arrival.
Whisky cocktail and carafes of wine during the meal.
Port, sherry and brandy for dessert.
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