#instagramable food

The rise of the wedding hashtag

A guilt free excuse to share every moment of the Big Day on social media.

We’ve all fought ridicule for sharing a perfectly angled and filtered picture of an epic home cooked roast or baking triumph. Now, with full permission from the happy couple and a goofy personalised hashtag there’s nothing holding you back! #newlywedsontheblock

Each of our wedding dishes gets a picture perfect makeover to make it truly #instagramable. Every micro herb hits the plate with slick precision and all of our brightest and boldest ingredients love the limelight.

It’s super satisfying to share a job well done, so if you fancy yourself a foodie don’t be ashamed to share your food on social media. Whether it’s a gorgeous wedding banquet to inspire a happily ever after, a Friday night cocktail or Sunday Brunch, embrace the hashtag!

We’ve been scouring top foodie feeds and put together a list of our personal favourite tricks for seriously #instagramablefood.

Birdseye view

What angle could better capture the dish about to be devoured than the very view we have whilst eating it.

Tilt shift feature

Shadows and finer details pop, even on a small screen, by keeping the focus on the show stopper.


Cutlery, raw ingredients, kitchens, gardens, rustic cloths, cooking action, the bridesmaids etc. any and all things nearby can be utilized for some background excitement.


Does your masterpiece really require a filter or can you make a few tonal adjustments, tilt shift that edible flower and brag bravely with a #nofilter for that extra I am this impressive nod to your followers as they scroll.


#foodie #chef #yum #pickleshack #recipe #instafood #foodstagram #foodlover #foodstyling #foodart #chefsofinsta #foodstagram #foodblogger #chefstalk #instagramablefood

If you need further inspiration, check out Pickle Shack’s instagram.

By Rose Harvey