Sensational Desserts

Wedding desserts are always a favorite for guests. While the wedding cake is very important, so are the other desserts that accompany it. In fact, some brides and grooms opt out of the cake entirely to solely focus on some fabulous sweet treats. The key to getting it right is to incorporate a combination of desserts that have different flavors and textures to either support the wedding cake or take it’s place at the dessert table. Try to have some sort of cake or tart, a fruity dessert, and most importantly, chocolate!

Cakes and Tarts:

Who doesn’t love cake? When it’s your wedding day, you’ll want a piece of cake to share with your new husband. There are no limits when it comes to cake, either. In the featured collage, Relish Caterers created a delicious almond cake with powdered sugar sprinkled on top, and some peach slices on the side. Next to this cake, Relish Caterers whipped up a cheesecake blueberry compote, and a rhubarb tart loaded with flavor. When it comes to cakes, you want the flavors to vary so that each one stands out.

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Photo and Desserts from: Relish Caterers

Fruit and more fruit:

Isolated fruit is often overlooked when placed on a loaded dessert table. For this reason, you’ll want consult with your caterer about fruit flavors that are popular and won’t go to waste. Relish Caterers created an enticing berry pudding with whole fruits garnished on top. A fan favorite is also the chocolate covered strawberry. In the featured photo, Relish Caterers take this classic dessert up one more notch by adding some edible gold leafing to the chocolate coating. How rich!

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Photo and Desserts from: Relish Caterers

Chocolate:

Is it really a dessert table without something chocolate? Relish Caterers takes an intriguing spin on the classic chocolate desserts by combining classic with creative. The featured photos include stacked chocolate chip cookies held together by toasted marshmallows, a chocolate mousse with candied nuts and a toasted marshmallow dollop, a chocolate cupcake with espresso frosting, as well as a blondie crust piece with a fruit jelly garnish on top. The best part about chocolate is that you can almost always incorporate it into a dessert.

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Photo and Desserts from: Relish Caterers

You’ll want to consult with your caterer on ways to incorporate your sweet-tooth preferences into your wedding desserts. Investing in a caterer will be the most important decision you make if you want your desserts to be sensational!

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