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MERA DAAWATH we host information about a combination of multiple vendors who can bring your dream of an extravagant event come alive! Whether you are looking for exotic, international cuisines or wish to organize a combination o f feasts for your guest, you will find a variety of wedding catering vendors on the portal. Mera daawath provides vendors on different live food counters too in Hyderabad. Indian weddings are known for their splendor, the heartfelt pompous celebrations, and the naach-gaana and of course the delectable food and drinks spread. Spanning from multi-cultural cuisines and continental delicacies to traditional Indian wedding desserts and varied drinks, an Indian wedding food spread is something that just simply cannot be compromised with. It has to be top notch!

Moreover, the larger than life buffets at Indian weddings undoubtedly explain the quintessence of sweet counter for weddings. But, adding more charm and a lively aura to that are, everybody's favorite, dessert counter. Elevating the vibe of the entire food area, these sweet counter for weddings not only further expand the menu but are a richer element in today's weddings (adding as an It trend!). These are a must for a chiller and easy-fun vibe which is why we've listed some happening and unique Indian sweet counter that you can have at your weddings. ...

It's rightly said that nothing can beat the Indian snacks. With perfect amount of sweetness - Indian sweets are a must-have at an Indian wedding! Give ample amount of options to their guests with a big counter dedicated to Indian sweets like kaju katli, rasgulla, coconut barfi and more.

Ice-creams, Rasmalai and rasgullas are a big no-no for monsoon weddings as they do not complement the weather. Add warm desserts to your food menu. Pick options like gulab jamuns, garma garam jalebis and immartis, chocolate mousse and freshly baked warm brownies. Want to experiement? How about a halwa counter? From the comforting Suji Halwa to the gooey sweetness of Kesar Halwa, Rava Kesari, Badaam Halwa, Gajar Halwa, Moong Dal Halwa and the 'made famous by Purani Dilli' Sohan Halwa, this idea is sure to keep the tummies warm, and hearts too! The sky’s the limit when it comes to getting creative with the sweet stuff. Macaroon towers, bridal cupcakes, bespoke wedding cakes; at a recent function, we even made mehndi cookies to go with the occasion. These were done in the shape of motifs from mehndi designs. To sum it up, the trends in wedding menus are generous enough to incorporate both regional and international cuisines but there’s a definite focus on innovation, healthy food and a tendency to look for desserts that go above and beyond the usual Indian suspects.

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