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Delicious Vegan Wedding Food Ideas Everyone Will Love

Whether you're ethically opposed to any and all things animal, striving for better health, or both, having a vegan wedding doesn't mean boring salads and fruit bowls. With a little planning, creativity and the right team, you can create the vegan wedding of your dreams.

Almost any dish can be made vegan these days, so don't allow yourself to feel limited. Use your passion for this way of life to express yourself on your big day.

Here are some beautiful ideas to inspire your mind and tickle your tastebuds.

Appetizers

Roll it up

Rice rolls, sushi rolls, vegetable rolls. You have so many options that can be made into wonderful vegan appetizers. All of these rolls add a pop of color to your reception and they're sure to keep your guests satisfied while they wait on something more substantial.

Just dip it

Guacamole, salsa, cashew cheese dip, hummus or lentil dip. Again, the possibilities are endless. You can pair these with crackers, chips, assorted breads or fresh and roasted vegetables. Choose a dip that fits your theme or just pick your favorite.

Say cheese

It's not uncommon to see a bread and cheese spread at catered events. Why not take your dip one step further and instead enjoy a vegan cheese tray. The added fruits and vegetables provide additional color and texture to this amazing appetizer option.

Entrées / Mains

Pasta, please

You don't need meat to make a delicious pasta dish. Most pasta is vegan, but if you're looking for something that's even more visually appealing, why not try vegetable noodles. Squash noodles are popular and add color for a great visual. These dishes are something that can easily appeal to both vegans and non-vegans. They're heavy on flavor and can be quite filling.

Bring on the burgers

If you're in the mood for something a bit more casual, don't forget about vegan burgers. Mushrooms, beans, squash, nuts, seeds and more. You can pack a lot of punch between two vegan buns, and you're likely to impress those guests who wonder just how you've gone without meat for so long.

Enhanced enchiladas

There's nothing better than showing off just how flavorful vegan food can be. Pair vegan enchiladas or fajitas with some chips and guacamole. You're sure to have a winning combination!

Desserts

Traditional cakes and more

Many larger cities now have at least one bakery that caters to the vegan crowd. You might be able to find a caterer that can also fill this need. If not, ask them if they have any suggestions for you. Cakes, cupcakes, tarts and pies can all easily be made vegan thanks to egg and dairy substitutes.

Tasty trifles

These individual desserts are so elegant and easy to eat. Products like vegan whipped cream and coconut milk provide a cool and creamy texture that's sure to have everyone's taste buds begging for more. If you can't find a vegan catering company, you may have to educate a traditional catering company about these substitutes instead.

Bits and bites

There are tons of small bites that can be made vegan. Truffles, fresh fruit and pretzels dipped in chocolate are just a few examples.

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