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Top 5 Late Night Munchies

Top 5 Late Night Munchies

Whether you’re one to dance the night away on the dance floor or spend your night running back and forth from the photo booth to the corn hole game outside, everyone has their favorite spot at a wedding. With so many options of activities at weddings these days it’s easy to see how by the time midnight roles around guests get a little hungry again. This is when the midnight snacks roll out. From sliders to mini pancakes, anything bite size is now the perfect option to serve just before sending your guests on their way home.

To help satisfy your cravings here are our top 5 late night munchies…

 

Sliders and Fries

Alisha Crossley Photography, North River Yacht Club, sliders and fries

Alisha Crossley Photography at North River Yacht Club

Everyone loves comfort food especially after a glass or two of wine. It’s no wonder why sliders are one of the most popular items being served during those late night hours at weddings. It’s simple and easy, no questions on what you’re serving, guest can just grab a couple and continue to dance those final hours with sliders in hand.

 

Donuts

Rob and Wynter Photography, Shoal Creek Club, donuts

Rob & Wynter Photography at Shoal Creek Club

Grab and go style is the easiest way to do a late night snack. Donuts are the perfect options for those looking for a sweet ending to their night. It’s a treat everyone is familiar with and I don’t know anyone who would complain about being handed a donut!

 

Mini Pizzas

Stacy Richardson Photography, Ross Bridge Resort, mini pizzas

Stacy Richardson Photography and Renaissance Ross Bridge Resort

It’s a flash back to being a teenager, waking up at 3am and sticking the left over pizza in the microwave for a late night treat, but much much better. These tiny pizzas will have guests feeling warm on the inside and let the night keep rolling.

 

Cookies

Amber Ford Photography, American Village, cookies

Amber Ford Photography at American Village

Everyone loves a good cookie. Leave a sweet note on them to thank the guest or display your new monogram! Wrapping the cookies up and tying it with a cute bow gives guests the option to either enjoy their treat now or take it home and save it for late.

 

Frozen Yogurt

Mark Broadway Photography, Faucett Brothers Activity Center, frozen yogurt, tcby

Mark Broadway Photography at Faucett Brothers Activity Center

A tasty sweet treat is always a great way to end the night. Frozen yogurt is the perfect option to help cool your guests down after dancing to the music all night. Offering a couple different flavors gives a simple variety for everyone to find something they’ll enjoy.

No matter what option you go with, guests are always thrilled to be served a simple surprise to satisfy their late night munchies!

 

Emily Adams, Summer Intern

The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

Major: Restaurant & Hospitality Management

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