Searching for delicious wedding canape ideas?

Being a popular wedding venue we’ve encountered many delectable options here at Ditton Manor.

Read on for some inspiring canape ideas!

Selection of toasts with toppings wedding canape ideas

Savoury Wedding Canape Ideas

1. Scallops With Pea Puree & Crisp Pancetta: For a touch of gourmet elegance scallops with pea puree and crisp pancetta are an excellent choice. 

2. Salmon & Cream Cheese Blinis: These elegant blinis topped with fresh smoked salmon and cream cheese, are a sophisticated choice that adds a touch of luxury to any wedding reception. 

3. Hoisin Duck Spring Rolls: Hoisin duck spring rolls are a flavourful option featuring tender duck paired with vegetables and sweet hoisin sauce. 

4. Truffle Cheddar Cheese Skewers: Elevate your canape menu with truffle cheddar cheese skewers. Pair them with a variety of favourites like pickled onions or cherry tomatoes for an added burst of flavour.

5. Mini Burger Sliders: Perfect for those seeking comfort food with a gourmet twist, mini burger sliders offer a delightful combination of juicy patties, fresh buns paired with an array of fillings.

Delicious mini burger slider wedding canapes

6. Lobster & Avocado Toasts: Lobster and avocado toasts offer a luxurious and refreshing canapé option. The creamy avocado and succulent lobster create a delightful balance of flavours that’s both indulgent and light.

7. Grilled Chicken & Vegetable Skewers: Grilled chicken and vegetable skewers are a healthy but delicious option, making them a crowd-pleaser for any wedding.

8. Mixed Tomatoes On Ciabatta Bruschetta: Simple yet delicious, mixed tomatoes on ciabatta bruschetta garnished with basil bring a burst of freshness to your canapé menu. 

9. Honey & Mustard Glazed Sausages: Honey and mustard glazed cocktail sausages are a savoury and sweet treat that will delight your guests. 

10. Mozzarella, Tomato & Pesto Skewers: Pesto drizzled mozzarella and tomato skewers are a fresh and vibrant option, showcasing classic Italian flavours.

Mozzarella, tomato and pesto skewers wedding canape ideas

11. Garlic & Chilli Prawn Skewers: For a bit of spice garlic and chilli prawn skewers are an excellent choice adding a kick of heat that’s sure to tantalise the taste buds.

12. Goats Cheese & Chutney Puffs: Goats cheese and chutney puffs provide a delightful mix of creamy and tangy flavours.

13. Mini Three Cheese Twists: These canapes are perfect for cheese loving couples. 

14.Battered Prawn Balls With Sweet & Sour Sauce: Crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, battered prawn balls with sweet and sour sauce are a perfect combination of textures and flavours. They offer a delightful crunch and a tangy dipping sauce to compliment.

15. Watermelon & Feta Skewers: Watermelon and feta skewers offer a simple and refreshing canape option.

16. Mini Yorkshire Puddings With Roast Beef & Horseradish Cream: Mini Yorkshire puddings with horseradish cream are a nod to traditional British cuisine.

Yorkshire pudding beef canapes wedding canape ideas

We hope these delicious canapé ideas has inspired you for your special occasion.

If you’ve chosen in-house catering at your wedding venue, it’s advisable to speak with the team to see what options they can provide and if they can tailor the menu to suit your preferences.

For more wedding food related reads check out “20 Delicious Summer Wedding Canape Ideas” and “What To Have Instead Of A Wedding Cake?

From us all at Ditton Manor – Happy Wedding Planning!

Wedding Canape Ideas | FAQs

What are canapes at a wedding?

Canapes are elegant bite-sized appetisers served at weddings, designed for guests to enjoy while mingling. They offer a variety of flavours and textures, adding a sophisticated touch to the reception.

What canapes to serve at a wedding?

When it comes to canapes there’s endless options to choose from! Some great ideas include mini burger sliders, salmon blinis, and asparagus bites wrapped in crisp prosciutto.

How many canapes per head at a wedding?

Typically, serving 4-6 canapés per guest ensures everyone has enough to enjoy without feeling too full before the main meal. 

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