Cakes and Desserts, What’s a Must Have Hit

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When you think of a wedding, naturally a lot of things come to mind; the happy couple, the gorgeous venue, and of course dessert bar and CAKE! We have all been victims of too much cake, and being at a wedding is no exception. It’s so beautiful and big and sometimes it can look exciting and you just want a small slice and a taste. Sometimes even the guests get really excited for cake only to be disappointed that the line’s too long, or that it’s not their favourite flavor or the dreaded “it just tastes bad”. So we’ve compiled a list of desserts to have along with your cake to please the masses and guarantee everyone leaves, happy, full, and on a nice sugar rush. 

Dessert bars are huge now, especially with all the options you can include in them, so it’s no surprise our first suggestion is cupcakes. A great alternative or pairing to the traditional cake cupcakes are great because they not only save time but also plates. Guests can have one or 3 while they’re standing and it gives you freedom to experiment with different flavors and variety. 

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It doesn’t have to stop there, macarons are also a great finger dessert that not only saves time and effort on the dessert table but adds a sophistication and elegance to the event as well. Other than also having the freedom to select the different flavors to serve (and there's a lot of options to choose from), it also makes a great pairing with tea and coffee. 

Read more: 30 Deliciously Creative Wedding Candy Station Ideas

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The dessert bar doesn’t have to stop there, a COVID friendly dessert option is dessert shots. A great choice that can be adapted to many different desserts, from mousse to cheesecake, dessert shots are mini servings of different desserts fit into small plastic cups that come with their own spoons. Avoiding sharing one cake with different people this allows the caterers to bake in bulk, and also have a more accurate idea of how many you’ll need for the wedding. You can just make one for every guest, and maybe a few extras for you. Also, the options for this are endless, ranging from regular cakes with frosting, to mousses and puddings, to even jello. The options really are endless. 

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Our best recommendation is to try to have it all, as desserts are part of the fun with weddings. You can even opt for a smaller wedding cake just for tradition and splurge more on the dessert table. You make the rules when it comes to the food, and remember to pick your favorites!

When you think of a wedding, naturally a lot of things come to mind; the happy couple, the gorgeous venue, and of course dessert bar and CAKE! We have all been victims of too much cake, and being at a wedding is no exception. It’s so beautiful and big and sometimes it can look exciting and you just want a small slice and a taste. Sometimes even the guests get really excited for cake only to be disappointed that the line’s too long, or that it’s not their favourite flavor or the dreaded “it just tastes bad”. So we’ve compiled a list of desserts to have along with your cake to please the masses and guarantee everyone leaves, happy, full, and on a nice sugar rush. 

Dessert bars are huge now, especially with all the options you can include in them, so it’s no surprise our first suggestion is cupcakes. A great alternative or pairing to the traditional cake cupcakes are great because they not only save time but also plates. Guests can have one or 3 while they’re standing and it gives you freedom to experiment with different flavors and variety. 

CupCaker Baker

It doesn’t have to stop there, macarons are also a great finger dessert that not only saves time and effort on the dessert table but adds a sophistication and elegance to the event as well. Other than also having the freedom to select the different flavors to serve (and there's a lot of options to choose from), it also makes a great pairing with tea and coffee. 

Read more: 30 Deliciously Creative Wedding Candy Station Ideas