The­cer­e­mo­ny lasts 20 min­utes, the­ban­quet lasts 4, 5, and maybe 6 hours! He def­i­nite­ly deserves spe­cial atten­tion. Brides and grooms all over the world are puz­zled over how to impress their guests. And what is so extra­or­di­nary to come up with in order to remem­ber this fes­tive feast not only by the amount of food eat­en and drunk. Chan­fash­ion knows what will add a bright touch of per­son­al­i­ty and taste to the­ban­quet. Read below and…shhh — not a word to any­one!


Admit it, these pret­ty mini cakes on sticks have deserved­ly con­quered can­dy bars and crowds of guests! Of course, the­cake looks much more lux­u­ri­ous and majes­tic, but as prac­tice shows, not every guest will be able to fin­ish the piece of cake cut off for him, and you will not please every­one with taste. Sev­er­al­cakes are mys­tic! But to make 4–5 types of cake pops is real and inex­pen­sive! A bril­liant idea is to dec­o­rate the cakes on sticks to match the style of the wed­ding. And why not make them orig­i­nal and fun — pump­kins at an autumn wed­ding, heroes of your favorite ani­me, or with unex­pect­ed fill­ings! It is con­ve­nient to eat, you can even dance and take pic­tures with them!

By the way, cake pops can serve as per­son­al­ized cards for guests or become a won­der­ful thank you gift to your loved ones for shar­ing a joy­ful event with you.

Cocktail bar

Wine and cham­pagne, cognac and mar­ti­ni — the alco­hol card of your­can be writ­ten accord­ing to all the rules of the genre and claim the title of “ide­al”, but isn’t that bor­ing? Cock­tails are a bold, cool, beau­ti­ful idea for a pro­gres­sive cel­e­bra­tion! And not just cock­tails, but per­son­al­ized ones cre­at­ed by you per­son­al­ly or espe­cial­ly for you! Imag­ine how roman­tic and great it is: your guests will treat them­selves to your sig­na­ture drink, and you will undoubt­ed­ly have a tra­di­tion of cel­e­brat­ing all future anniver­saries (and there will be many, right?) with this spe­cial alco­holic mas­ter­piece.

There are sev­er­al ways to imple­ment a cock­tail bar. The sim­plest: invite a bar­tender to aand entrust him with such a respon­si­ble mis­sion. The sec­ond way: invite the groom to per­son­al­ly con­duct a mas­ter class in prepar­ing your cou­ple’s sig­na­ture cock­tail. Or you can com­plete­ly put the ini­tia­tive in the hands of the guests them­selves: install beau­ti­ful­ly designed signs with step-by-step instruc­tions, arrange bot­tles and glass­es. It seems that this will be unex­pect­ed enter­tain­ment for your loved ones!

It’s great if you have space for a sep­a­rate lounge area with sofas or poufs. Your rel­a­tives and friends will be able to com­mu­ni­cate with each oth­er while drink­ing cock­tails. Such a cock­tail oasis can be jus­ti­fied in the open air if the­ban­quet itself takes place in a tent.


Telling guests what dish­es await them at aban­quet is not a new tra­di­tion. But to tell why you and your fiancé chose these dish­es as treats is an unex­pect­ed twist, isn’t it? Instead of serv­ing menus to restau­rants, cou­ples are increas­ing­ly writ­ing their own menus so that the­meal tells their sto­ry and reflects their per­son­al­i­ties. If you’re a veg­e­tar­i­an, for exam­ple, use your hol­i­day din­ner as an oppor­tu­ni­ty to share your expe­ri­ence with your guests — show that you don’t need meat for gourmet, mouth-water­ing and deli­cious treats. And if haute cui­sine is not your style at all, con­sid­er burg­ers and slid­ers, KFC wings or sushi.

Anoth­er way to per­son­al­ize your menu is to choose favorites or spe­cial­ties from places you’ve trav­eled to togeth­er. Not only is it a great way to share your adven­ture sto­ry with your guests, but it also gives them a con­ver­sa­tion top­ic at din­ner that will melt the ice of silence and embar­rass­ment.

Champagne with ice cream

One has only to add one unusu­al ingre­di­ent to cham­pagne glass­es and you get a real explo­sion!

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Frozen ice + bub­bles = the sweet­est sparkling hit, and not only of sum­mer.

Let noth­ing lim­it your imag­i­na­tion! You can freeze fruit slices, flower petals and can­died fruit! Every­thing for a col­or­ful, delight­ful look! On hot days, such a treat will bright­en up the guests wait­ing for the cer­e­mo­ny, and in win­ter it will restore strength and cool them down after incen­di­ary pirou­ettes on the dance floor.

You can mix and match the col­ors and fla­vors of ice pops to cre­ate end­less cock­tail com­bi­na­tions. Plus, it might be the tasti­est way to quick­ly chill your cham­pagne! A dar­ing alter­na­tive to bor­ing ice cubes!

Use one of these chic ideas at your­recep­tion or do it all! And don’t for­get to thank us 🙂