How much fun is this! Have some basic popcorn ready on a
table with toppings and personalized bags with your names.
The sign there says it all- snatch, scoop, spritz, sprinkle,
shake and savor.
You and your guests have enjoyed a delicious meal, now
they are looking for something hot to drink, why not set up
a coffee and tea bar with a variety of different options. Not
only will your guests be delighted by the number of choices,
it will give them the energy to dance the night away.
Here's one that can satisfy all types of tastes. In jars set out
an assortment of choices, include things that are sweet,
salty, savory and healthy. Place a spoon for scooping in each
jar. Have personalized bags or jars for your guest to fill.
I once attended a wedding that was under a big beautiful
tent and when dessert time rolled around, the caterer rolled
out two industrial style table top ovens and popped in
trays of prepared cookie dough. As we were drinking
coffee, the aroma of fresh baked cookies wafted through
the air teasing everyone. I can still smell the scent of those cookies from that evening when I think back to that occasion.
Who doesn't like donuts? Go as simple or as fancy as you want, have
just a few types on the table or have a bakery shop size selection.
Whatever way you go, this is sure to please your guests.
Not cake people, and would rather not have one, then how about
cookies. Using oreo cookies, a beautiful wedding cake structure
can be designed. Put your little bride and groom figurine on top
and your substitute is complete.
Ok, so you really do want a cake, well have a couple of other cakes
as well- cookie cakes that is. Select a few round cookies, design a
few cakes using the idea shown in the picture. It will certainly capture the eye of your guests. These cakes can be kept out during the reception for people to nibble on throughout the night. Have personalize napkins or paper dishes for them to take the goodies back to their tables.
Using cupcake holder trays, the illusion of a
wedding cake can be created. In this picture, they
actually have a small cake on one of the cupcake
stands. This works well if you are looking to cut the
costs down on the reception. You still get to cut the
cake, but eliminate the big price tag. Make
cupcakes that are mini versions of your actual