In Peru, weddings are large and sophisticated affairs, and one of the most impressive things about them is never-ending spread of food. Everything is thoroughly and deliciously prepared, and there's always a smorgasbord of options to choose from. What I enjoy most at these functions is that the food usually comes in small, snackable portions, which allows everyone to try everything. It's almost like a tasting menu, just in smaller quantities.
Shot glasses, for example, have become very popular as a means of serving food at weddings. Wedding decorations are always on the classy side, and they provide an elegant presentation that transforms dishes into something refined, perfect to serve at such a special event. This vichyssoise (leek and potato cream) is a great example.