5 Fun Late-Night Wedding Snack Ideas to Keep the Reception Going

When it comes to a modern-day wedding, food is just as important as the music. Nowadays, it’s become more popular for couples to serve late night wedding snacks to keep the energy going at the reception. After a long night of showing moves on the dance floor, your wedding guests are probably going to get hungry. There’s an abundance of creative snack ideas for couples to choose from, and at Village Catering, we can help you pick a few for your menu.

1. Pretzel bites

Serving some pretzels is a great way to offer something small for your guests, and it doesn’t require much planning. You can offer pretzel nuggets or mini-pretzels, and serve with a dish of gourmet mustard. If you want to get creative, you can serve pretzel twists or pretzel braids that have different toppings, such as dried garlic, sesame seeds, or butter.

2. Popcorn

This is a favorite for everyone. It’s quick, simple, and easy to serve, too. If you want, you can dress it up a little with some cheddar cheese or even caramel. Popcorn can be served in bowls at each table, or you can simply set up a main serving bowl at a central table. At Village Catering, we know that your guests will dance to their heart’s content with a little snack to keep them going, and we can help you find the right ones to add to your menu.

3. Cookies and milk

Who doesn’t love a treat after dancing the night away? Cookies and milk are a great way to treat your guests to a little sugar rush as the wedding makes its way into the later hours of the night.  You can serve an assortment to keep everyone happy.

4. Pizza slices

This is a time-tested favorite that almost all guests will enjoy. It’s easy to serve up some slices, and you can either go with or without toppings. If you still need to find out how to create a great late-night wedding menu, Village Catering can help you get started.

5. Mini sliders

Your meat-eaters will love this one. A bite sized burger is the perfect way to give your wedding guests a little something to keep them going. You can opt for light toppings, too, such as lettuce, tomato, and cheese. Mini sliders are easy to prepare and just as easy to consume.