Food plays an important role in every wedding. And finding the right late-night snacks to serve your wedding guests is always paramount to keeping everyone happy and entertained.
It helps to reenergize your guests after a work out on the dance floor, keeping the party going as long as you want.
So, which late-night foods are ideal for wedding after-parties at your San Antonio, TX wedding?
Keep on reading to know about a few of our favorite ideas that you can use to inspire your menu.
Here is a list of twelve fun options you can choose from to create your own personalized late-night menu:
1. Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese
If you’re looking for a classic and comforting combination, this is it. Grilled cheese and tomato soup dippers are classics when it comes to wedding after-parties.
This combination is not only mouth-watering but also very light, so people won’t be too full to jump right back on the dance floor.
And when they do get back to dancing, they’ll have enough energy to last them until the party (and perhaps after party) is over and done.
Popcorn is an ideal snack for many occasions. This well-loved late-night snack is light, universally enjoyed, easy to prepare and can be made in numerous flavors.
The best part about this snack is that you won’t have to worry about it running out or spending too much. All you need is a popcorn machine (fun!) and some popcorn kernels.
Guests can get it themselves. Plus, it gives you an opportunity to add a personal touch by adding your initials on the popcorn boxes.
Sliders are well-known late-night party delicacies. In fact, you’d be lucky to find any left 10 minutes after serving.
The best part about sliders is that you have a lot of options to choose from. Small burgers and Chicken-Waffle sliders are the most common ones found in San Antonio, TX.
And people love them!
Well, sliders are a great balance between not too light or heavy. One is enough to eliminate hunger without dulling you out.
They are simply the best grab-and-go snacks for a late-night wedding party.
4. The Milk and Cookie Combo
You can never go wrong with this nostalgic option. It’s simple, tasty, and balanced enough to make anyone feel happy and refreshed.
Milk and cookie combos are great because they always bring back happy childhood memories. Plus, it is more than enough to keep your guests going.
However, you should consider the fact that some of your guests may be lactose intolerant. Therefore, make sure you have backup snacks just in case, or include a variety of milk options to match your variety in cookies.
Did someone say they love Mexican cuisine? Well then say hello to tacos.
Well-known for being super-yummy (and sometimes spicy), tacos can also be a great midnight wedding party snack.
Almost everyone loves them because they can be prepared in so many ways using different ingredients and flavors.
The best part about tacos is that they are easy to eat and fun to make. And you won’t have to worry about wasting or cleaning up after them.
Who doesn’t love pizza?
When it comes to sharing a tasty snack, there’s no better option than pizza.
It’s easy to eat, comes in numerous flavors, it’s not too light or too heavy, and it saves you the trouble of hiring chefs to cook if you don’t want to.
All you have to do is place an order with a local pizzeria and you’ll have fresh and hot pizza with you in minutes.
Whatever toppings you decide, your guests will be excited to see pizza after a long night of partying.
7. Sausage Rolls
If you’re looking for a late-night wedding party snack that’s simple but guaranteed to leave your guests asking for more, sausage rolls are exactly what you need.
They may be small, but they do know how to hit the spot when you’re in the mood for a quick snack.
Plus, the fact that they are easy to carry and eat makes them super convenient. Ensuring that partying and dancing doesn’t have to stop, even for a minute.
8. The Coffee-Donut Combo
When your guests start to get tired and off the dance floor, there’s only one thing you can do.
Jump-start them with a sugar-and-caffeine boost from a donut and coffee combo. That way, your party will continue late into the night, even if you have a dry bar.
9. Hot and Fresh Pretzels
Street food or not, pretzels are great late-night snacks for a wedding party.
They are loaded with essential cabs that help to replenish your guests and fueling them to get back on the dance floor.
The reasons why pretzels are great for late-night parties are that they are often sweet, chewy, soft, and warm. Which makes them easy to eat and enjoy.
Also, you can serve pretzels with cheese sauce and other toppings for an even better experience.
If you’re looking for a “cheesy” way to tickle your guests’ fancies, quesadillas should be part of your late-night snack menu.
They are yummy, fun, and easy to make, with option of adding other delicacies like salsa and meat. That means that you can have a variety of quesadillas at your party for your guests to enjoy.
11. A DIY S’mores Bar
S’mores don’t only bring back happy childhood memories, but they also provide a common ground for your guests to mingle.
Preparation is easy, plus, there are no limits to what you can include on your sweets bar.
12. French Fries Dipped in Sauce
Last, but not least, you can add some fast food fun to your party by serving French fries in cups with varying dipping sauce options.
It’s tasty, light and satisfying and enjoyed by the majority of guests.
Which snack ideas do you love best? Let us know!