Picture Perfect Desserts
With the nostalgia of a 1950s ice-cream parlour, pretty pastel takes on the classics are delicious, fun and ready for their close-up! Sweet like sugar and heavy on the sprinkles, we think that playful desserts are a perfect option to be served at a wedding party. Or why not get the girls together to share these with?
These are very fancy slushies, which can be made up in some pretty groovy flavours – pink champagne? Yes please! We love how colouring can be added to this for an especially delicate looking dessert in a glass.
We’re not just talking Mr Whippy down on the beach. There are super adventurous ice-cream flavours to suit every tastebud. In our opinion: The more colourful, the better! Waffle cones are great for handing out to guests and gelato can add a slightly more sophisticated twist (how the Italians do it, darling). These days, you can even have an old fashioned ice-cream cart (complete with pastel striped umbrella) wheel up to your wedding – we’re certain that your guests would love this fantastic photo opportunity!
Ice Cream Sandwiches
We all know that cookies and ice-cream are a match made in sweet, sweet heaven. With these you can switch up the cookies and fillings, use fun shapes, stack ’em and most importantly, enjoy them!
Doughnuts are always going to be popular especially ones oozing with chocolate or covered in sprinkles. We love this totally Instagram worthy way of displaying them- just don’t count on taking any good pictures as you’ll have to fight your way through guests wondering which delicious treat to choose!
Dainty cookies look great on camera – especially for a close-up! Go for pretty designs (maybe get an expert to do the piping!) to make these look extra dainty and arrange together on a plate, voila!
Too good to eat? There’s no such thing!
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