Dessert is one of the most important parts of any wedding, and the bride-to-be will want to plan her wedding dessert with care. Many people think that having a cake and serving it to the guests in a pretty glass bowl is sufficient, but it is essential to get right the actual layout of the table. Here are some wedding dessert ideas to get you started on your table layout.
Traditionally, the bride and groom put up their wedding cake during the reception and serve the guests with champagne. In the past, many would find this cake a little boring, but nowadays, the cake can be anything you like as long as it is the same height and tastes the same, and it is very easy to add decoration.
Choose The Best Wedding Dessert Recipe
It is important to remember the traditional location for the wedding cake on the cake table. You can have a wedding cake on top of a large table, a “sandwich” table, a pillar, or you can simply have it standing on a table.
Another wedding dessert idea is to use chocolate truffles. These will make a lovely stand on the plate but be sure that they have been softened before you begin eating them, otherwise, they will give off an unpleasant odor. Truffles are a bit more complex than traditional cakes, so make sure you’ve had some experience with making chocolate dishes before you try to make a tray of truffles.
A chocolate cake would look lovely on the cake plate, but any edible cake will do, and you can often buy the cake pre-prepared. Just be sure to tell the baker what you’re having them prepare and have your pastry chef to be able to come out to provide assistance if needed. They will usually have a favorite dessert, but they might be willing to come out and help you make a plain chocolate cake for the first time.
Ways To Decorate The Wedding Dessert
To make a chocolate cake, you can use a low-fat chocolate cake mix or a cupcake mix that has been adapted to be easier to spread on the cake. The important thing is to make sure that you use a chocolate cake mix that is an equal mixture of fat and sugar and doesn’t have any notable amount of fats. If you don’t have a large mixing bowl or food processor at home, you can still use a standard blender to mix the batter with a tablespoon at a time.
Don’t forget to include some of the traditional elements of the cake. You can use fondant, mini cupcakes, icing flowers, and the like to give your cake a style that is unique to you.
When it comes to chocolate cake there are plenty of ways to decorate it, but if you want to keep it simple you can use frosting roses, roses, or chocolate wedding ornaments. You can also use edible wedding candles to help set the mood. This kind of cake is especially ideal for a young couple who aren’t so sure about decorating and may be less likely to use the help of a professional.
Try To Make Themed Desserts
One idea for the chocolate cake that won’t cost you too much is to use a combination of chocolate icing and chocolate truffles. It will look wonderful on top of a layer cake and can be done in many different ways. You can add chocolate sprinkles to the top or you can use chocolate pipe frosting for a more ornate look.
While fruit cakes and pies are all the rage, there are some ideas for fruit-themed desserts that are delicious and classic. For starters, you can use a fruitcake mix for a chocolate-covered banana. You can add other fruits for a Halloween twist.
If you’re serving the main course, but you are a vegetarian, you can try using a salad as a topping for your main course. It will give your guests something new to nibble on while also serving as a kind of appetizer. For the side dish, you can use some flavorful vegetable soup, or you can use a tasty lemon cake with a candied pecan on top.
As you can see, there are many wedding dessert ideas available, and there are several ways to combine them into a nice whole and impress your guests with your delicious taste.