A classic wedding cake will always be in vogue. Why settle for a traditional white confection when your wedding day should be a one-of-a-kind occasion?
Whether you just dislike traditional wedding cakes or are fascinated with a particular sweet delicacy, your wedding dessert is the ideal chance to communicate your preferences with your guests. Are you ready for some motivation? Consider adding extra goodies to a conventional cake, switching to a different sweet or going for a non-cake dessert that honors your wedding locale or history.
- A Doughnut Tower
Doughnuts are a timeless favorite, but they don’t have to be boring. Stack the spherical treats in a mini-tower and then adorn with flowers and tiny flags for a unique spin on a classic tiered wedding cake (that can be used to note different flavors or showcase details of your love story, like your initials or wedding date).
2. Cake Pops
If you’re looking for something portable, cake pops are a fantastic option. They may also be customized to fit any color scheme, giving them the ideal finishing touch for a gorgeous dessert table.
Croquembouche is a towering dessert that surely makes a statement. This traditional French dessert is simply delicious, made from choux puff pastry and filled with crème pâtissière.
Are you wanting to keep things as simple as possible? Why not return to your roots with a childhood favorite? To dress it up, stack brownies on a cake stand and add foliage.
5. Mini Pies
Do you want to go for a more homey feel? Mini pies should suffice. Choose a sweet design and create a display with a variety of tastes so that your visitors can find something they’ll enjoy.
6. Savory Cheeses
Do you have a sweet tooth? It’s no issue! To make a literal cake of cheese, use stacked wheels of cheese. We adore the blooms and foliage that have been added to this three-tiered masterpiece.
Are you ready to dazzle your visitors with your inventiveness? Include waffles in the mix! To make it look like a cake, stack them on a gorgeous cake stand and decorate it with flowers and foliage. And, of course, don’t forget the maple syrup when it’s time for the performance!
Get rid of the desserts and go for a novel breakfast choice instead. By stacking pancakes of various sizes, you may include them in the mix. The notion of two lovers pouring the syrup together to make a symbolic sweet appeals to us.
Churros are the ideal dessert, especially when served with ice cream and caramel sauce. Serve separate desserts as a unique snack.
10. Cupcakes Towers
Enjoy a single layer cake, cupcakes, and even macarons as part of your celebration. We appreciate how this display combined many desserts to provide an option for every visitor.
11. Bundt Cake
Bundt Cakes’ three-tiered frosted bundt cake, topped with “Love” demonstrates that simple and sweet can be a wonderful pleasure.
Are you planning an Italian destination wedding or a family reunion in the United States? Millefoglie is a delightful dessert prepared by stacking light puff pastry cakes with pastry cream. This dish, which is topped with plenty of fresh fruit and a sprinkling of powdered sugar, is ideal for a couple looking for a gorgeous but not excessively sweet dessert.