Monday, August 5, 2013

Dessert Buffet Ideas

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Yummy! Everyone loves a good dessert buffet. It's a sweet food heaven with different varieties and options. Dessert buffets are becoming more and more popular in wedding receptions. It's a good alternative in place of the traditional wedding cake or it's an addition to your wedding food choices.

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Consider desserts like mini pies, gourmet popcorn, cookies, macaroons, smores and even fresh fruits. Here's a gallery of dessert buffet ideas for your yummy sweet treats to get you inspired. Enjoy!

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List the most indulgent, over-the-top, toothache-inducing chocolate desserts you can think of and add it to your dessert buffet.

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Cupcake buffet with these lovely cupcakes. Oh my, can you handle all these sweetness?

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Are you going for rustic chic or elegant and gourmet? Remember, your dessert bar can be personalized and fun! Hang tulle, yarn, ribbons or other table decor that fits with your theme. A lot of brides use untraditional items in place of a table cloth covered tables, such as a large wine barrels, antique dining room tables, or even a large antique pulling cart.

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A dessert bar can be a great DIY project. Ask your family and friends to bake or make one of their favorite desserts to contribute to your sweets table. This especially works well if you are on a budget. You can also fill glass candy buffet jars with some of your favorite assorted candy. Fresh fruits can also add a beautiful and colorful touch to your table that go along with your wedding theme. Easy and colorful!

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