A vegan wedding in June

Desserts - strawberries in chocolate, apple cake and vegan cheesecake

Below is a wedding menu we served in June this year to over 100 people. At the end is feedback from the bride and groom Abi and Tom. A big thanks go to Jo and Bob from Bristol; Tom and Jane from Manchester; and Paul from Dorset for all their amazing help with preparing and serving the food.

If you want a vegan wedding, check out the resources listed at the end of this post.

1. Buffet on the boat

Spicy butternut squash tarts
Smoky red pepper, courgette mini-quiches
Asparagus, cream cheese and spring onion on crostini
Creamy mushroom vol-au-vents
Crispy tofu bites with tartare sauce
Cashew nut roast pieces
Baby Cornish pasties

2. Wedding reception

Selection of dips and pates with bread:

Spicy peanut dip
Black olive pâté

Main courses

Leek and broccoli croustade
Garden veg quiche using in-season vegetables
Aubergine moussaka
Creamy cashew roast

with… New potatoes with fresh herbs
White beans with cherry tomatoes and garlic (warm)
Pink coleslaw
Energy salad: leaves including rocket and watercress; alfalfa, red pepper, carrot, nuts and seeds
Red cabbage, apple and almonds
Puy lentil, roast veg and tofu salad
Kim chi


Apple cake
Lemon coconut cheesecake
Strawberries dipped in chocolate
Maya Gold choco balls with chocolate, orange, cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla
Served with vegan cream (choice of single and thick cream)

3. And later on…

Vegan burgers with ketchup, mayo, onions and mustard.

Feedback from Abi and Tom

“A massive thank you for all your hard work that made the food at our wedding such a hit!

We were a little nervous about having a totally vegan wedding but so glad we did and it’s all thanks to you guys!

So many guests said how great the food was including many hardened carnivores.

We could tell such a huge amount of work and care went into each mouthful.

We had such a lovely wedding day, even though it flew by in a blur.

Thanks so much again for going above and beyond the call of duty and delighting us, our families and all our guests with sumptuous vegan food.

Love Abi and Tom x”

Your Vegan Wedding

If you are thinking about having a vegan wedding, there are caterers across the UK who can help, check out this list of event caterers for ideas. Fairfoods provide catering in Devon, the south west and beyond and we’re very happy to work with you on your wedding.

PETA have also provided a top 10 of vegan wedding ideas to help you along the way. They mention vegan honeymoon locations: for some vegan-friendly B&B’s and guest houses in the UK see Vegan Village.

About Fairfoods

Vegan catering in the south west, UK. Main web: fairfoods.org.uk
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6 Responses to A vegan wedding in June

  1. How wonderful to cater for such a special occasion. The food sounds wonderful!
    My friend in Germany works for a catering company and they were asked to cater for a wedding of 150 people!
    What you do is without a doubt one of the most important opportunities to show vegans/veggies and omnivores how fabulous a cruelty-free menu can be. 🙂

    • Fairfoods says:

      Thank you Chava,
      Does your friend work for in vegan/veggie catering too?

      • It’s actually a regular caterer but they were asked to cater for this vegan wedding.
        In Germany, veganism is HUGE at the moment. I’ve been researching an article about it and it’s incredibly exciting and encouraging. I’ll post an update on Facebook/blog when the magazines come out, if you are interested.
        I hope I’ll get to taste your food one day – not just look at it 🙂

      • Fairfoods says:

        It sounds amazing in Germany and veganism seems to be getting big everywhere, exciting times.

  2. Fairfoods says:

    Thanks John, Great to hear that you have enjoyed our food. Always a pleasure to provide it.

  3. John says:

    The food sounds delicious! I have also tried your food at events and really enjoyed it. My favourite is the creamy nut roast and Bakewell tart.

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