Your guests won’t be able to resist these delicious sweet treats
Ice Cream Bar
Conjure up the joy of warm summer days with a private ice cream bar at your wedding, evoking whispers of childhood when enjoyed from crunchy waffle cones, guests can mix and match a range of different flavours whilst making their way down the station. Provide different toppings for guests to add to their cold creation â€“ why not tie in the toppings with your weddings colour scheme to make it completely personalised. Give guests the option of having their ice cream in individual dishes; consider the silverware used from long slender dessertspoon to small antique silver spoons â€“ looking for a more playful vibe, use colourful spoons.
All Chocolate Dessert
Nothing will say decadence more than a dessert bar entirely of chocolate. Truffles, macaroons, cupcakes, broken up blocks of chocolate, chocolate sundaes, milkshakes and an indulgent chocolate wedding cake. Style with rustic wooden blocks, mason jars, small wooden crates and silverware
Delicious macaroons are the perfect sweet treat for your wedding. These beautifully coloured sweets melt in your mouth making them a popular choice that your guests will no doubt enjoy at the wedding, or as a take home gift.
Traditionally French inspired, macaroons can be made in any colour or flavour to suit your tastes or wedding day theme. Macaroons can be arranged as a table centrepiece, on plates or cake stands, or packaged in gift-wrap, tied with a ribbon or beautifully decorated boxes for your guests.
Popcorn is one of those â€˜canâ€™t go wrongâ€™ treat for guests, no ones going to complain about having it to snack on, on the trip home. These dayâ€™s popcorn is getting reinvented in new and creative ways, a far cry from your average butter flavoured theatre popcorn â€“ think gourmet tastes like chocolate salted caramel, infused chocolate with sea salt, blue cheese, jalapeÃ±o cheddar. Why not swap popcorn out for other delicious edibles like trail mix, chocolate covered pretzels or even homemade granola.