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15 Desserts to Serve at Your Wedding
What makes a wedding even sweeter? A table full of desserts, of course! Fill your guests’ tummies with these delectable desserts at your wedding. Serve them individually, pack them as wedding favours, mix them up and create a wedding dessert table or build a cookie or doughnut dessert bar! Whichever you choose, our list of 15 desserts to serve at your wedding promises to satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth!
It’s impossible to not love these bite-size sweets. Perfect for both the young and old, incorporate them as part of your wedding cake tower and serve them individually to your guests, or include them in your dessert table so your guests can plate as many as they want.Image cc licensed (BY NC) flickr photo by Lianne Nichols Photo from The Perfect Kombination of Sweet and Vintage
Cakes in Jars
These are perfect as a wedding favour and dessert. Guests can easily bag these home without any mess and reuse the jars at home. For a more homemade and rustic feel, use brown cupcake liners and twine to decorate your jars. Or, go with satin ribbons or lace for a romantic look.Photo by Singaporebrides Photo from The Tiramisu Hero Photo from Cremeberry
We just can’t get enough of cakes! Cake pops are balls of cake styled as a lollipop and perfect as individual treats, especially if your guests prefer a smaller portion of dessert. Coated with icing, chocolate or coloured sprinkles, these adorable and yummy bites are guaranteed to win over both the young and old at your wedding.
Not everyone on your guest list might love cakes and sweets, so offer them a little variety by including doughnuts in your dessert table. Or, if you’re on Team Doughnuts yourself, skip the other desserts and create a bar full of sugar and icing-coated doughnuts instead. The kids will love you.Photo from Green Wedding Shoes by Alex Creswell Photo from 100 layer cake by Still Music Photography
If you dislike cake altogether but love chocolate, you might consider serving brownies at your wedding instead. Whether they are dusted with icing sugar or baked with nuts or M&Ms, it’ll be hard to find someone who’ll say “no” to a piece of rich, chocolatey goodness, especially if it is served with a scoop of ice cream. Hmm-mm.Photo by Singaporebrides Photo from Spatula
Dessert shots are great because they are perfect one-mouthful portions and that means your guests can sample different varieties of these without being overly full after a sumptuous meal. Attach a spoon to each shot glass for easy consumption or leave spoons on the side and let your guests decide if they want to use them or simply slurp the dessert down.Photo from Cremeberry Photo from Style Me Pretty by Yvette Roman Photography
Nothing will make your guests and their younger ones happier than an ice cream dessert stand, especially if you’re having an outdoor wedding.Photo from My Garden Romance Photo from Eat Drink Chic by Amy Moss
Take a less common approach and serve pies and tarts at your wedding. Other than serving dessert pies and tarts, you can consider including savoury pies such as chicken pies or egg tarts for guests who do not have a sweet tooth.Photo from Once Wed by Amy Carroll Photo from Cremeberry
Ah, who can resist the smooth texture and crunchy bite of a macaron? This pretty French confection comes in a myriad of flavours and colours, making it a perfect addition to any wedding.Photo from Cremeberry Image cc licensed ( BY NC SA ) flickr photo by Victoria watkin-jones
Ice Cream Sandwiches/ Whoopie Pies
Can’t decide if you should have ice cream, cookies or frosting? Have an ice cream sandwich or whoopie pie instead! Talk about killing two birds with one stone.Photo from Whoopie Love / cropped from original
Who says desserts can’t be healthy, or at the very least, partially healthy? Candied apples are great if you don’t want your guests (and their little ones) going into a sugar overdrive after your wedding. Dip apples in caramel or melted candy and coat them with nuts, coconut shreds or even chocolate sprinkles, if you like.Photo from My Garden Romance
Made of whipped egg whites and sugar, meringues are strictly for those with extremely sweet tooth. But, that isn’t to say that some of your guests aren’t. Besides, meringues make such pretty little additions to your wedding that you have to include them.Photo from Cremeberry Photo from Little House of Dreams
Chocolate Truffles and Candy
Chocolate truffles and candy are great alternatives to the more filling and sweeter cakes and sweets. Pack them as wedding favours, or provide take-away bags for your guests to fill up and bring home.Image cc licensed flickr photo by David Leggett Image cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo by Anne Hornyak
Choux Pastries and Croquembouche Towers
Choux pastries such as cream puffs, sugar or chocolate coated puffs and eclairs have long been favourites of any buffet spread. These delicious puffs also double up as beautiful decorations when you stack them up in a croquembouche tower.Photo from Romantic Garden Weddings at One Rochester
Please all the cookie monsters on your guest list by including cookies at your wedding. Serve up a variety of cookies made with chocolate chips, oatmeal or nuts and let your guests pick their poison. Pack them as wedding favours or leave goodie bags for them to fill up. Or, if you’re a cookie monster yourself, create a cookie bar full of different types of cookies instead of the usually cake-filled dessert table.Photo from My Garden Romance Photo from Bridal Guide by Abby Rose Photo
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