Continental Delight

3 Tips for Hosting a Tea Party Wedding

Most wedding receptions offer a buffet or sit-down dinner. That doesn’t mean you’ve to do the same. You can make your wedding party different, more elegant and less formal by hosting a tea party wedding.

But pulling off a tea wedding isn’t easy. You might require professional help from a halal food catering company. Most of the acclaimed halal catering companies in Singapore offer a variety of menu options for a tea reception. Simply hire someone and just relax and enjoy your big day. Here are some tips for hosting a tea party wedding. 

1. Choose a date and time

Start with finalizing the date and time of your reception party. Try to avoid Saturdays and public holidays, as that could make it difficult for you to find a good venue or caterer. Also, the cost of hiring halal food catering services would be high during those days.

2. Make a guest list

The next job is to finalize your guest list. When booking your halal caterer, you should be able to tell them your total number of guests. The pricing could vary depending on how many meals you order.

3. Choose your menu

When choosing menu for your tea wedding event, consider the fact that you are not serving a full wedding meal. So your tea menu should have enough items to satiate the hunger of your guests. To that end, consider offers a large variety of food options to your guests along with tea and coffee.

Ideally, you have appetizers, sweet dishes, savory items, cakes or muffins, dim sum, deserts, beverages and the main course. At continental Delight, we offer multiple food options under each of the above categories. For instance, our main course options include Fried Hokkien Sotong Mee, Fried Vegetarian Bee Hoon, Kampong Fried Mee Siam, Penang Style Fried KwayTeow, and Hong Kong Style Fried Noodle.