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17 Drunk Foods That Make Amazing Wedding Snacks

Because CARBS. Recipes included for potluck weddings!

1. Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup Shooters

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Here is a perfect excuse to have a shot glass in hand all night. If things get sloppy, you can always fill it with your next drink. Get the recipes here.

2. French Fries

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Serve greasy deliciousness and save your friends a trip to the drive-through at 4 AM. Get the recipe here.

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3. One-Bite Pretzels

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Because your mouth has better things to do (like lip synch to Spice Girls). Get the recipe here.

4. Meatball Sliders

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Nicole; Brown Sugar Mama

Since using a fork is out of the question. Get the recipe here.

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5. Funnel Cakes

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The bride wears white for a reason, which is to hide powdered sugar stains. Get the recipe here.

6. Chili Cheese Dogs

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Line trays with red-and-white patterned napkins and pile on the cheesy deliciousness. Get the recipe here.

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7. Hot Biscuits

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Because how cute would it be to serve them at a post-wedding brunch?! Get the recipe here.

8. All The Pizzas

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Your friends will hope that you get divorced only for you to remarry and make this happen all over again. Get 50 easy pizza recipes here.

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9. Mini Reuben Sandwiches

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For anyone who's ever lived in New York. Get the recipe here.

10. Chicken and Waffle Bites

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For when it's gotten so late that you can't tell whether dinner or breakfast is appropriate. Get the recipe here.

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11. Meat Pies

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Because they pair beautifully with beer! Get the recipe here.

12. Grilled Pimento Cheese

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Because you're going to need more after the grilled cheese shooters. Get the recipe here.

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13. Hot Dogs

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According to Clueless: "Anything you can do to draw attention to your mouth is good." Get creative topping recipes here.

14. Pepperoni Pizza Rolls

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For when holding a slice starts to get complicated. Get the recipe here.

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15. Tater Tots

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Nothing else matters except for the 27 different recipes that you can get here.

16. Fried Chicken

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Because each piece comes with an easy-to-hold handle. Get the recipe here.

17. Donuts

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To ensure that you will go down in history for having the best wedding ever! Get the recipe here.

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