The Biscuit Girl got married!
One of my favorite parts of wedding planning was creating my biscuit bar. First, it was a fantastic way to introduce my husband's guests to my family and show everyone what all the biscuit buzz is about. I mean he's from South Carolina and was marrying a "Biscuit Girl," people were curious! But the truth is, it was delicious and DIFFERENT! If you'd like to try to build your own biscuit bar for your next party or event, here are some ideas:
- Talk to your caterer and make sure they are willing to bring in an outside product and serve it. If it's important to you they most likely will accommodate your wishes.
- My biscuit bar was open during the wedding cocktail hour, you could also try a "shortcake bar" for a unique dessert!
- Reach out to us: Gagne Foods and Robinhood Meetinghouse have 11 flavors of biscuits and can send them all over the country.
- Collect unique cake stands, plates and platters. I used thrifted plates, some of my own cake stands and my caterer lent me baskets. Linens from my mother made it seem like you were having a cozy meal in our home.
- A dramatic arrangement in the corner and lit marquis sign always helps get guests attention! (The sign was a little ambitious FYI. Yikes.)
- Customize biscuit signs with your chosen fonts and design to connect the bar to your wedding decor.
- Source local honey, jam and chutney to connect your guests to their surroundings.
My biscuit features were:
- Sweet Potato Biscuits with Ham and Peach Chutney
- Cream Cheese Biscuits with Carmelized Onions and Goat Cheese
- Herb Parmesan Biscuits with Filet of Beef and Horseradish Sauce
- Blueberry Biscuits, Triple Ginger Biscuits, and Cheddar Chive Biscuits served with local honeys and jams
Please reach out to me if you would like a biscuit bar of your own, I can help!
The Biscuit Girl