Weddings are sweet events based on a lot of food, drinks and delicacies. Believe it or not, many people respond positively to a wedding invitation only because of the cake. This is a wonderful occasion for the couple to treat their invitees with delicious food and desserts. To make sure that everybody is satisfied, you can create a special table at the reception and fill it with candies. Candy buffets are wonderful traditions to follow, regardless of the type of wedding you’re planning.
Dinner may be delicious, but nothing compares to the sweet taste of cake and other desserts offered during the reception. Not everybody is into sweets, but those who love them can’t help but serving more. No one can really resist a dessert table, especially when you’re using homemade treats. Setting a candy bar is a gorgeous idea for those who are having many children at the wedding. Both adults and kids enjoy candy bars and dessert tables. The more sugar is the younger you will fee! Sweet treats will bring you more energy and keep your invitees dancing and laughing all night long. This seems like a great way of entertaining your guests, don’t you think?
Candy wedding tables can serve treats during the party and also for home. Announce your guests that they can take home any of the cupcakes they see on the table, as a wedding favor. Candies can play multiple roles in a wedding: they can be used as wedding desserts, edible favors and centerpieces. Use your candies as wedding décor by choosing a wide variety of colors and unique vessels. This is a fun trend and we are glad to see that it is so quickly growing among modern brides and grooms. Candies are cute and fun and they can make anyone smile with delight. Use your imagination and bring inedited treats to the party. Don’t stick only to traditional Jordan almonds and cookies. Both adults and children will love if you bring sugar canes, sugar floss, lollipops, French macarons, Madelines, sandwich cookies, jelly and other colorful delicacies.
Use a theme if you want to make the candy table more appealing and unique. Use different types of candies and cookies to make sure that each guest will find something to fit his taste. Buy M&Ms, Jolly Ranchers, Red Hots and KitKats for the delight for the little ones. Your theme can be related to a color or to the season. Christmas candies are ideal for winter wedding receptions. Use a collection of your favorite candies to make sure that the wedding is both personal and delicious. Place the candies and cookies in glass bowls, monogram stickers, vintage urns and pitchers, paper bags, Tiffany boxes and elegant cups for a more diversified look.
It’s always a good idea to enrich the wedding dessert with additional treats. The wedding cake might not be enough of a special treat to your guests. Add in a beautiful candy bar or a special table dessert filled with unique cookies for both children and adults. They will love your wedding and spend the entire night around the dessert bar. Many brides and grooms choose to offer a special dessert bar to complement the wedding cake. This table can be set up around the cake or around a chocolate fountain. This will add even more fun to the wedding and your invitees.
Use miniature pastries in different flavors and colors, like gourmet cupcakes, cheesecakes, fruits tarts, cream puffs and brownies. The idea of installing a chocolate fountain in your wedding venue is awesome. If it’s a hot summer day you can use an ice-cream sundae bar. Or, why not bring a cannoli station so that each guest can fill their own choice of chocolate or vanilla! These options are great for those who are looking to add more diversity and uniqueness to their party and make their guests feel more comfortable and flattered.
This doesn’t mean that you will go overboard on your wedding budget. Adding one extra touch of dessert will only make your wedding food more appreciated and memorable among the wedding participants. There are many reception facilities to choose for customizing a standard wedding menu. This will help you create beautiful surprises for your attendants. Chocolate fountains are beloved by everybody. Who doesn’t like chocolate? This flavor is the most popular, so you should not worry that your invitees won’t like it. You can use a wider variety of chocolates so that you can be sure that everyone will find a taste to enjoy. The fountain allows the attendants to dip their own food into the cascade of melted chocolate and taste something incredibly smooth and delicious. This is a fun & inexpensive manner of creating a high class affair.
You can place the chocolate fountain on a table, close to the dance floor. This will determine those who sit at the tables to come and get some chocolate and then enjoy a few dances. Make sure you bring a round table so that more of your guests can access the fountain properly without crowding it. The food for dipping can be arranged in display bowls and plates around the fountain table. Don’t let your guests use their fingers to dip the foods into the chocolate. Bring in skewers and long toothpicks so that they can dip the food hygienically into the chocolate fountain without messing staining cloths. Use fruits for the dipping: strawberries, cherries, marshmallows, bananas, candies and even graham crackers.
Whether we admit it or not, we all love candies and we like to enjoy a few taste at the weddings we attend. It’s always a good idea to install a separate table just for this purpose. You should not worry that your guests will not be interested in your candies. The contrary, you should plan this sweet table with the confidence that your invitees will finish all the goodies it in a few hours! There is nothing more enjoyable in a wedding than the dessert table.
Not only children but adults and even old guests like candies. Everybody loves filling the time between the meals and the dancing with a few sweet or bittersweet colorful candies. It’s hip to plan a candy buffet for the wedding reception. Some choose to do this instead of guest favors. It’s true that a candy bar can make up for the sweet favors that are usually planned for the attendants to take home. Instead of wasting time, energy and money in looking for unique packages and dragees for individual favors, we suggest you adopt this trendy and more efficient method.
Your buffet can be exclusively for the guests to taste while they’re there, with the mention that they can always steal a few sweets for home. It would be more adequate to set the table closer to the venue’s exit. This way your guests will be able to take more sweets with them as you’re saying your “thank-you for coming”! The treats they will take at the end of the party will be in the honor of your wedding and your own gratitude. It’s fun to plan a candy buffet for a wedding party. It’s not mandatory to be just cadies. You should feel free to bring any other sweet treats you personally like. We adore dessert tables filled with various treats, especially if they’re homemade.
The table must feature a wide diversity of candies or different cookies and treats. Bring colored French macarons, madelines, muffins, marshmallows, brownies, biscuits, sandwich cookies, Spanish cookies and other unique treats that can flatter your guests. For the little ones you can plan a special mini table filled with sugar canes, bubble gums, colorful M & Ms, sugar floss and lollipops. They will love your idea and have a lot of fun browsing the wide variety of sweets in search of their favorite. We also like the idea of placing the cake in the dessert table so that your guests can admire it properly during the entire evening and wait with enthusiasm to have a bite! Use mini cakes, individual cakes, single tier cakes or cupcakes to make the table look even more delicious and inviting for your invitees.
If you want to keep the pace with the latest trends & tendencies in weddings, then you will surely like the amazing dessert ideas we’re showing you below! These sweet confections are uber-trendy these days in engagement parties, bridal shower parties and wedding parties. There is nothing cuter than a cupcake wedding dessert. Guests love wedding desserts and we think that these confections are the ideal selections for a 2012 wedding.
Contemporary, fresh, inedited and delicious! These creations are very artistic and aesthetical too. In fact, they make such attractive and sought-after delicacies because of their amazing appearance. They look breathtaking and we recommend them as wedding cakes. You don’t need to bring in a big layered cake to impress your attendants! These tiny confections can make up for the sophistication of a traditional cake and add more flair to your party.
You can use multiple cupcakes in different colors, designs, flavors and themes. Create various cupcakes for each guest in part and you can be sure they will feel very flattered and excited about your idea. Smaller cakes are the new trend for weddings these days. You can just forget about tall layered cakes. These confections make a big statement as wedding desserts, although they can be used in other purposes. Cake-pops are taking over the wedding scene as they can be seen everywhere! The modern couple has this opportunity of creating a different wedding with the help of tiny individual cakes. Your dessert table can be composed of only cupcakes and mini cakes.
Can you think of something sweeter than this? We have a big obsession with these confections and the way they shine on a table. You have to create a special space for them in your wedding. You can incorporate them in a candy or dessert buffet or place them on the tables for your guests to help themselves when the cake time comes. These little confections are just as delicious to eat as they look. We adore the fact that although they are so tiny they look so elegant and sophisticated! You can use these confections as wedding favors for your guests or as an alternative to the big classic cake.
Follow the theme of your wedding and focus on a certain pattern, motif or color to create unforgettable cupcakes. If you offer cupcakes like these to your guests they will surely remember your wedding for the rest of their life! If you’re using them on the dessert bar, you will be surprised to see that they will add dimension to the table and also more diversity, texture and uniqueness to the décor. We are curious to find out what you think of this trend for your own wedding!