Everyone has their favorite cocktail-party hors d’oeuvres, and you likely have your own. Your menu is best when it offers a range of selections including meat, seafood, vegetarian and gluten-free options, so keep that in mind when you’re picking options from that long list of delicious-sounding dishes. Since guests love the classics mixed in with creative foodie fare, here are the 10 most popular wedding appetizers reported by top chefs around New Jersey:
Always make sure you have enough variety moving around the room. Guests do notice if there are just three options being hand-passed, and the wedding celebration starts off with raised eyebrows and disappointment. If you have to trade in something else (like an ice sculpture or one of the many dessert options) to get an extra hand-passed hors d’oeuvres or two, that’s a wise choice. It’s better to have more than enough hors d’oeuvres available than not enough.