10 Tantalizing Wedding Snacks For Your Evening Wedding Reception

Read about how to tantalize tastebuds at your 2016 wedding reception. Giving everyone a reason to stay and enjoy your wedding reception even more than they thought they could or would with delicious Wedding snacks!

  • The reception
  • Trends
  • Party
  • 2016
  • United Kingdom
  • Greater London

So after countless wedding tastings, you’ve chosen a delicious and ideal menu for your guests to enjoy at your wedding breakfast. But what about serving up something just as tasty and inspiring for guests at the evening reception?

Don’t worry! Zankyou have come up with some inspiring food ideas for an evening reception to satisfy those late night cravings and keep your guests tearing up the dance floor.

Popcorn stand

This unique stand is definitely a talking point for any wedding and this low-calorie snack is both guilt-free and tasty!

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Photo: Len Matthews

Mini burgers or hotdogs

With the latest trends for all things miniature, this American style snack is perfect to eat on the go.

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Photo: adashofsass

Fish and chips

Keep things traditional by serving this English classic, fish and chips in a paper cone. Mushy peas are optional!

Photo: Gemma Jones

Dim sum delicacies

With such a wide variety of dim sum snacks out there you can make sure that both meat-lovers and vegetarians alike are catered for.

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Photo: Michael T

Ice cream stand

A popular choice for both kids and adults. Select your own flavours and to add to the fun, choose what toppings you want – ours is a 99!

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Photo: Mr Kanpuc

Krispy Kreme donuts

Your guests will have a hard time choosing which of these amazing flavours to choose from. So tempting they might not stop at eating one!

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Photo: T HAVA

DIY Tortillas

Keep things spicy by adding a little Latin flavour to your snacks where guests can choose their fillings to make their own unique tortillas.

Photo: Emma Richards

Afternoon tea

There’s always a good ‘time for tea’ so why not serve up classic miniature sandwiches with a traditional scone or tea cake.

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Photo: Tracey Baxter


Bring a taste of Spain to your reception where guests can choose from an array of delicious ham and cheeses served up with tortillas, breads and olives.

Photo: Karen Larsen

Takeaway tubs

After a long night on the dance floor you may fancy something tasty, so serve up a Chinese takeaway in these cute tubs. Forks might be more appropriate than chopsticks!

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Photo: Jen

So here are some tempting choices, now the difficult task is choosing which one to serve. We think some more tastings might be on the cards!

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