Keep The Party Of Your Life Going With These 15 Late-Night Wedding Snacks

Your wedding day will hopefully be the best day of your life, so it's likely that when midnight strikes and your guests begin to say goodbye, you're reluctant to let the party end. If the dance floor is still buzzing and the drinks are still flowing, you're going to need to give your partying guests a late-night snack to keep them going. It's likely been many hours, and many more cocktails, since they ate a slice of your beautiful wedding cake.

Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuits

If your guests are up until the early hours, treat them to a greasy, salty, sunrise breakfast. Nothing could be more satisfying after a night of drinking and dancing than this indulgent bacon, egg, and cheese biscuit.

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Boozy Milkshakes

Keep the party going by giving your guests a sugar boost, filling them up, and providing them with just one more drink by serving some spiked milkshakes as a sweet, strong, and satisfying midnight snack.

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Candy Bar

Make sure your guests never run out of energy by setting up a pick-and-mix candy bar somewhere near the dance floor for your guests to help themselves to throughout the evening. Keep their sugar levels high, and they'll never stop dancing.

Cereal Bar

Your guests will definitely be thrilled when greeted with a selection of their favorite childhood cereals late into the night. Set out the tastiest, sweetest options, and watch your friends delight in reliving their nostalgic breakfast memories.

Churros and Chocolate

Nothing tastes better than fried food after a night of drinking and dancing. Sugar-coated fried churros dunked in a rich chocolate sauce will satisfy everybody's sweet cravings in the early hours of the morning.

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Cookies and Milk

This classic childhood combination of cookies and milk will be popular with everybody at your wedding party. Serve bite-size chocolate chip cookies and shots of milk as a quick snack to knock back before returning, well-fueled, to the dance floor.

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Corn Dogs

For the ultimate all-American wedding, serve up mini corn dogs with spicy mustard when the guests' energy levels start to drop. This substantial snack will be perfect to get everyone back up and dancing.

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DIY S’mores

No one ever turned down making s'mores. Let your guests warm up round a campfire as they toast marshmallows to melted perfection, before sandwiching them between graham crackers and chocolate.

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Doughnuts and Coffee

Doughnuts and coffee make a perfect late-night snack or early morning breakfast. Whatever time of night or day you serve this indulgent combination, your guests will immediately receive an energy rush thanks to all that delicious caffeine and sugar.

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French Fries

Crunchy, crispy, salty fries will satisfy the hungry dreams of every tipsy wedding guest. Serve in paper cones with a choice of ketchup, mayonnaise, and mustard to top them with.

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Ice Cream Cones

All that time on the dance floor can be hot work, so treat your guests to a refreshing late night snack in the form of ice cream. Late-night gelato is always a good idea.

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Iced Coffee Frappe

Make sure your guests definitely do not fall asleep before the sun rises by serving them these caffeine-packed iced coffee frappes when midnight strikes. Top with whipped cream and chocolate shavings to make them an extravagant treat.

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Salty and Sweet Popcorn

Satisfy those sugar and salt cravings simultaneously by offering your guests paper bags overflowing with miso caramel popcorn. This crunchy corn is the perfect match for all those cocktails.

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Spiked Hot Chocolate

If you're having a winter wedding, warm your guests up with a mug of rich hot chocolate, topped with whipped cream, and laced with your favorite spirit. This comforting drink is warming, filling, and spiked with just enough booze to keep the party going for a little while longer.

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Takeout–Style Noodles

You're not going to order takeout for all your guests the night of your wedding, so make sure you plan ahead and make up boxes of these chilled sesame noodles to serve to your guests when the dance floor is beginning to empty. Salty, oily, and chewy, these noodles are late-night snacking heaven.

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