A wedding breakfast is traditionally three courses, with your wedding breakfast starters being served first. When thinking about what starter you’d like to serve your guests, give some thought to your menu as a whole; your guests will appreciate a starter which complements the main course. We’d advise avoiding any repetition of ingredients, so if you’re thinking of having Roast Gressingham Duck Breast for main course don’t choose Smoked Duck Breast for starter.

It’s always a good idea to consider the season, our palates change with the weather, a crisp and refreshing salad starter of chicory, mango and honeyed cashew nuts is divine on a warm day when something cool and light is just perfect, but not so appealing on a cold winter’s day, when a warming bowl of silky smooth fragrant soup will go down a treat.

A great wedding breakfast starter should satiate your guests’ immediate hunger but not overfill them; you want them to enjoy the main course.

Some of the fabulous wedding breakfast starters we’ve served recently are listed below.  More information on how to help you design your perfect wedding breakfast menu can be found within the Our Wedding Service section of this website.

 

Watermelon & Cucumber Salad with Mango and Passion Fruit Crush finished with English Garden Mint (v)

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Leek and Potato Soup topped with Deep Fried Leeks (V)

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Haddock Tart with a Cheese Sauce & Watercress Dressing topped with Creme Fraiche and Chive

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Goats Cheese Pearls and Baby Pear Salad with Popcorn Crunch and a Watercress Dressing (V)

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Mango and Brie Parcels with Mango Salsa and Rapeseed Oil

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Persian Chicken Terrine with Spiced Fruit Chutney topped with a Mini Poppadom and Curried Mayonnaise

 

 

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