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.