Buffet-style grazing tables are popping up everywhere, literally – from weddings to baby showers and birthday parties, these abundant displays of food instantly add a wow factor. Also known as feasting tables, these visually striking spreads work like regular buffets except in a much more casual, relaxed and stylish setting.
They also tend to feature a spread of finger foods, fruits, cheeses and other nibbles, instead of main course-items. It’s a great way to get your guests comfortable before the main meal begins!
And while grazing tables may look effortlessly put together, there’s more to it than just putting together cheese and grapes.
Whether you’re ordering from a professional or creating your own, give the good ol’ buffet an upgrade with these grazing table tips:
Text: Melody Bay/Home & Decor Singapore / Additional text: Elizabeth Liew