Wedding cakes are one of our favorite parts of this business: they’re the centerpiece of the event and show each couple’s personality.
However, not every guest loves cake, and sometimes you need lots of dessert options to please lots of people.
We’ve shared several dessert table options for holidays, and today we’re sharing a wedding dessert table! With cookies, macarons, cupcakes, and strawberries, each guest will find something they love.
Of course, we included a gorgeous, hand-crafted wedding cake, because we really can’t have a wedding without one. Some of our couples choose a smaller, two-tier cake to accompany the many dessert choices.
The Wedding Cake
Let’s start with the wedding cake.
Each petal of these sugar flowers was hand cut and attached to wire to form a flower.
The edible gold paint makes a statement and adds glamour to the table, and painting over the sprinkles creates a great texture.
We love the look of these bowls filled with the many macaron favors. Two stacked cake stand create tiers for the mini cupcakes and white chocolate covered strawberries.
Lemon Meringue tartlettes are adorable and delicious!
Linzer tarts were the perfect addition for a different flavor option. These heart-shaped centers work well for a wedding!
Since we make desserts all day every day, we couldn’t include everything on the tables.We also recommend monogram cookies, large cookies, platters of petit fours, a fresh fruit platter, macaron pops….. we have a pretty large selection.
We just revamped our coffee station, and we’re excited for the professional look this will add to our weddings!
For our coffee station we used vintage teacups, saucers, creamer, and sugar bowl to match our fun theme.
The dessert table uses vintage hobnail milk glass bowls and cake stands to create a light color scheme.
Search local antique shops or google vintage rentals in your area to create a similar look!