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Terranea Resort 2013 Wedding Trends Series: Including Your Culinary Heritage

Spotlighting Your Culinary Heritage:  A big trend at wedding receptions this year is incorporating each couple's own cultural background throughout the culinary experience for their guests during wedding celebrations.  Whether it’s at the rehearsal dinner, cocktail reception or throughout the entire wedding day and weekend - couples are excited to customize their wedding menus to include their own cultural heritage and family traditions. See below for more information on how couples have added this emerging wedding trend to their Los Angeles weddings at Terranea Resort.

At Terranea Resort, we have seen this 2013 wedding trend thread throughout a couple’s cocktail reception, or as a main component of the couple’s wedding reception dinner. Read below for some of the creative ways couples at Terranea Resort have incorporated their culinary heritage into their wedding menus.


*A Terranea couple with a Greek background offered butler tray passed grape leaves and yogurt dip along with a full Mediterranean antipasto display of cured meats, olives and hummus during their cocktail hour reception.

*A Latin and native Southern California couple offered mini tacos with fashionable margarita cocktail shooters at their wedding cocktail reception.

*An upcoming Terranea couple will offer a traditional 10-course, family style Chinese Dinner complete with head to tail fresh local rock fish, suckling pig and a sweet and savory traditional bean soup for dessert.   

The highly skilled culinary team at Terranea Resort enjoys creating these personal and highly customized menus for our Terranea couples to ensure brides, grooms and their guests receive a truly unique culinary experience. For more information contact the catering team at (310) 265-2883 or visit terranea.com.

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