French gastronomy makes your wedding atypical for a wedding in France.
Since the dawn of time, in France, we have been celebrating major events by sitting down at the table to delight the heart, the mind, and the taste buds. It is the same for the wedding in France which is a dream destination wedding. France is known and recognized for its elegance throughout the world. Wedding in France is particularly inspired by traditional French gastronomy to offer you the perfect wedding. Whether it is a wedding in Paris or in another destination wedding.
You have already chosen your destination wedding which is France, your wedding outfits, a classic white wedding dress as well as a traditional three-piece wedding suit. You want your event to follow the customs of the D-day with traditional French gastronomy worthy of the name.
So when you are planning your wedding meal in France, you certainly don’t want to opt for a banal wedding menu. You are looking for traditional French gastronomy with a focus on the most authentic products.
The wedding caterer of Wedding in France offers you very original menus, you will make a discovery and eat well at the same time.
This is why we will talk to you about atypical traditional dishes purely French. The practice of the meal varies according to the cultures throughout the world. However, it holds a very special place in France. Let’s take a look at the reasons that make the French gastronomic meal unique.
French gastronomy: a festive meal!
The “gastronomic meal of the French” is a social practice handed down from generation to generation. It is common and aims to be eaten with friends or family to mark and celebrate important moments in life. In particular, during a wedding ceremony.
From then on, the French gastronomic meal is this rite where both the culinary riches of French gastronomy and certain cultural customs such as table setting, the order of the dishes, or the art of conversation are displayed. Because it is a social fact, which encourages conviviality and promotes cohesion through the sharing of food and common values. It is this sign of alliance, where the fraternity dear to the French is embodied.
French gastronomy from Napoleon to Queen Elizabeth