Over the years, we’ve seen a new trend of Ghanaians embracing traditional style weddings over western style weddings.
However, one thing still remains the same, the food. It is still western influenced. Well in case you’ve run out of ideas or it never occurred to you, here are 31 traditional foods and drinks you can serve at your wedding and it will be awesome.
Apapransa is cheap to make and cuts across a lot of tribes in Ghana and since you will be having guests from a lot of diverse backgrounds, this food will be perfect for your wedding.
Eto tastes good even if it is not your staple food and your guests will definitely love it.
Ofam is also made from ripe plantain but roasted a bit and it is just the right food to bring make that nostalgic feeling at your wedding.
When was the last time you tasted some Yakayaka and “1 man thousand” with some chilli pepper? Your guests will definitely love it and you will be the talk of town.
Tubaani is the kind of food even a guest who has never tasted it before will love it when they taste it. Something you can try.
When was the last time you had yourself some Aboloo? You’re not the only person who’s missed this food and this will definitely spark some excitement at your wedding.
Not common on our streets anymore and so imagine the feeling many will have if they should see it on the menu.
Wasawasa is more of a Northern food so adding it will definitely spark some happiness among your guests from the North.
Instead of just Banku and Okro stew, you can add some Nfantefante and it will be a superb experience for many.
Mostly common in our homes but not something you will get a wedding, why don’t you spice things up by adding this dish.
Instead of the foreign wines and the likes, why don’t you replace it with some pito?
Zimkom is also another option we can add to the table.
Just the right attraction.
For those obsessed with it.
It is one of the few drinks becoming common at ceremonies these days and it wouldn’t be a bad idea to have it at your wedding.
16. Atadwe Milk
Atadwe milk will win the day if you have it on the table because it is something most people love
You don’t need malt, Asaana can do that.
Ginger up the place with some Lamujin for your guests.
19. Palm Wine
Just the drink most will be expecting.
This is loved by both adults and kids alike so imagine some Atwomo at your wedding, jackpot.
Kulikuli will go perfectly with some Lamujin or Asaana.
This will add some nostalgic feeling to the occasion.
Definitely, something your Northern friends will be expecting if you going all traditional.
24. Nkate Cake
Just the right snack for the occasion.
This wouldn’t be a bad idea at all.
Of course, if there is Koose, then there should be Maasa too.
27. Ayigbe Biscuit
When was the last time you had one? The feeling you’re getting now is the same feeling you will ignite in your guests.
A lot of people’s favourite.
29. Agbeli Kaakuro
With some coconut, you won’t regret it.
30. Kube Cake
Just what people will love.
31. Bankye Kaklo
Another perfect snack just for the occasion.