Your guests can still enjoy the taste of cake, but in a cute little pop! These are becoming increasingly popular among couples not only for their ability to please taste buds, but because they can be decorated in adorable ways. How about cake pops that look like the bride and groom? Pinterest has some unique pictures of pops dressed in tuxedos and dresses. Your guests can also eat these sweet treats anywhere – even on the dance floor! There’s no plate or fork to carry around.
Donuts aren’t just for breakfast anymore! These iced treats are being served up at weddings in place of the traditional cake. Your guests are sure to be pleased with these because they are available in so many flavors and colors. Stay simple with a vanilla iced glazed donuts or Glamour suggested beignets paired with tiny cups of coffee. And just like cake pops, they’re handheld!
Take a shot … and I’m not talking about alcohol. Fill tiny cups with dessert varieties of your choice. Bridal Guide recommended strawberry shortcake, chocolate mousse, New York cheesecake, key lime pie … or opt for all of them! Your guests can try one or a whole variety of these little treats. Instead of having just one piece of cake, these sweets allow them to try a bunch!
If your nuptials are aimed toward a rustic or vintage feel, why not have your desserts encompass that theme as well? Glamour suggested adding a variety of sweet treats to the table like banana cream pie, malted milkshakes, chocolate pudding cake and coconut cake to evoke nostalgia.
A buffet of cookies is the perfect way to give your guests a little taste of everything. Have your groom pick out a few varieties he likes, and you do the same. There are hundreds of selections to choose from. And if you’re on a budget, get a few friends together to have a baking party!
Will you be serving cake at your wedding or are you opting for another sweet alternative? Let us know! Share your thoughts with us.