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Everything the Guests Ate at Pippa's Wedding
Looks like Pippa took some inspiration from her sister Kate.
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With her amazing dress, star-studded guest list, and millionaire husband, it's no surprise Pippa Middleton pulled out all the stops for her wedding to hedge fund CEO James Matthews. The number one question on our minds, of course, is what was on the menu.

Immediately following Pippa's gorgeous wedding ceremony, guests were treated to a champagne reception with Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champagne, the Telegraph reports. They also reportedly snacked on thousands of canapes, including a Parmesan cheese wheel, fresh lobster, asparagus spears with Hollandaise sauce, Serrano ham and carpaccio. Foie gras, toasts, and sauternes jelly were served as well.


Some reports claim £40,000 beluga caviar was served, donated by an anonymous Russian source.

The younger guests were served finger sandwiches and raw veggies, and hopefully a bite of the four-tier fruit cake.

Later that day, at a second gathering at the Middleton's Bucklebury home, guests were reportedly served a trout starter, a lamb main course, and Scottish pudding. The dinner menu is said to be created by Pippa's former employer, luxury catering company Table Talk.

Prince William and Kate also chose fresh meats and fish at their wedding, serving South Uist salmon, organic lamb with a Windsor sauce. Other menu items for the Prince and Duchess included English asparagus and a fresh herb salad.

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