The icing on the cake of any wedding is just that, the cake! Scrumptiously-amazing desserts have the ability to push your wedding past fun and well into memorable. Any bayside bride should feel free to indulge her sweet tooth, especially on the wedding day! From traditional cupcakes to cookies to a bit more out of the box, take a peek at unique desserts captured by some of our fantastic vendors. Enjoy!
Personal Chefs & Bananas Foster
Bananas Foster | tPoz Photography
Perhaps you’re looking to put on a show and really make your wedding an event to remember. Many caterers, like Chef’s Expressions offer the option to have various stations where chefs will cook right in front of your guests. This duo put on a show making one of a kind banana fosters for each guest!
Cookies and Cream
Cookies and milk and more! This couple went with a full-on cookies & milk dessert table for their special day. Don’t forget the perfect dunking drink to pair with your chocolate chip and sugar cookies. This couple treated their guests to the full array of milk flavors- white, chocolate, and strawberry shooters!
Chocolate Trio | Carly Fuller Photography
Keep calm and have a cupcake! Guests at this gorgeous wedding had a sweet time looking at and indulging in these delectable chocolate treats. And who wouldn’t? Everyone needs a chocolate frosted cupcake, cake pop, or cookie every now and then. We love that this bride gave her guests choices! Rather than just choosing from a myriad of different flavored cupcakes, guests had the option to lighten their fare with a smaller cookie.
Traditional Ethnic Sweets
Have you ever seen a tower this size? Kristi Odom Photography was there for every moment during this stunning, special day—including during dessert time! Wondering what this sweet treat is? Croquembouche, a traditional French dessert that is made up of cream filled puffs, laced together with drizzled caramel! Consider them for your event for a unique twist and perhaps a nod to your heritage. This couple followed their family tradition of having the bride slice through the croquembouche with a military saber passed down by her grandfather.
My, oh my, oh pie! Who wouldn’t want to dig into this treat in between dancing and socializing? Are you someone who isn’t fond of cake or cupcakes? Choosing pies instead of opting for the traditional wedding cake might be the way to go if sweeter than sweet icing isn’t your thing. Setting to go boxes and forks alongside the display will ensure that you don’t need to find a home for the leftovers at the end of the night- and your guests will thank you!
Sweet Tooth Table
Willy Wonka himself would salivate over this colorful candy land. Don’t worry about the cavities that are sure to follow you – let go for an evening! This table takes us back to days of our childhood, as we’re sure it did during this lovely reception as well.
Baklava Bar | tPoz Photography
The key thing to remember is that your wedding day is all about yours and your sweetheart’s personal flair and tastes! If Baklava is what sets your tastebuds watering than dish it up for your guests as well. Think of something that it pairs nicely with (like ice cream) so that your guests will enjoy at least one dessert even if they don’t share your exquisite taste!