As you are choosing each detail of your wedding day, your menu must also be perfect and incorporate your vision. When looking at menu details incorporate what is in season and can be sourced locally as much as possible. As you work with your caterers to create your unique theme they will be able to advise you so that the locally sourced ingredients complement the exquisite experience of your special day.

Image: Handmade Pate and Petite Oatcake, Prawn Marie Rose Glass, Chinese spoon casing pearls of Galia melon with pink champagne sorbet. © Deeside Photographics

Image: Handmade Pate and Petite Oatcake, Prawn Marie Rose Glass, Chinese spoon casing pearls of Galia melon with pink champagne sorbet. © Deeside Photographics

Another point to consider when celebrating on your wedding day with family and friends, is the alcohol served is just as important as the food. Why not try a new catering trend for 2017, which is the infusion of alcohol and local botanicals within wedding cuisine.

Based in picturesque rural Aberdeenshire, as a small family-run business, Country Flavours is renowned for its tailored and tasty wedding fare. With pride in their personal and high-quality service, they have shared with us some great ideas to make choosing your menu even more enjoyable.

Image: Smoked Deeside Salmon on a bed of lemon balm salad leaves, fresh capers and vinaigrette. © Janie Barclay Photography

Image: Smoked Deeside Salmon on a bed of lemon balm salad leaves, fresh capers and vinaigrette. © Janie Barclay Photography

www.countryflavoursofalford.co.uk

Main image: Deeside Smoked Salmon Bilinis © Deeside Photographics

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