2018 will be remembered as the year of the most talked-about weddings in the world. The wedding season was a particularly opulent one with some significant marriages taking place in close succession. Starting with the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May, followed by Princess Eugenie’s wedding in October; Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh tied the knot in mid-November, followed by Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas in the first week of December and the last, Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal in mid-December.
Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal got married in the grand affair in Mumbai that arguably surpassed all other Indian weddings in scale and grandeur. Their marriage became the talk of the town for obvious reasons, the guest list, the grand celebration and the expenditure on the whole event.
While everyone is talking about the charters used, the VVIP’s attended the events, the venue combos and the lavish attire along with the jewels wore by the bride and the family; we will talk about the “Delicious Food Caterings” that were chosen to serve the guests at Ambani-Piramal wedding.
For the wedding, they used custom-made cutlery and crockery to serve the guests at the high profile event. While for the welcome drink, there were exotic infusions of red fruits and hibiscus to serve to the guests.
A group of food stylists were specially flown down from Paris for the wedding, and the guests were treated to some exquisite French recipes, as well as an extensive array of traditional vegetarian Gujarati dishes.
To top it all off, the caterers served premium desserts, including chocolates flown in from around the world.
For the reception, guests were served the best dishes from cuisines from across the country. The menu also included Mediterranean and pan-Asian dishes, including food from Thai and Japanese cuisines. One of the highlights from the Asian menu were the dimsums from Hong Kong.
For desserts, French luxury brand Laduree was roped in to serve delectable macarons to the guests. An assortment of desserts, including a counter-full of truffles, was also a part of the wedding reception menu.
Sources have said that the Sangeet and Mehndi ceremonies had cuisines including Indian Chinese, barbeque and kebabs, chaat and street food with some most expensive beverages from around the world.