Couples are opting out of formal, seated dinners and traditional buffets, in favor of food stations, which are a fun way to showcase the couple’s personality. Slider stations and seafood bars, food trucks and beer and spirits flights are becoming standard at receptions and after parties. It started with dessert and cupcake bars a few years ago and has grown to include brunch bars and anything else you can imagine. From Southern standards, such as shrimp and grits and barbecue sliders to mac and cheese bars and clambakes, it’s all about faves and craves. In this month’s New Orleans Bride Magazine segment with WWLTV Channel 4, Sally Ann Roberts and I are talking wedding food trends.