(Closed) Dessert Buffet (non candy)

posted 8 years ago in Food
Post # 3
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130 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

One of my clients did that for her wedding!  She had all the females in her family contribute a dish, and then she made a few of her own.. There were pies, tarts, cookies, cakes, etc.. It was amazing, and everyone loved it.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee

I am doing the same thing at mine but I am actually keeping the decorations to a minimum for the dessert buffet because I think the decos on the dessert will be ornate enough. I plan on having creme brulee (where my guests can brulee their own dessert), mini cheesecakes, tarts, truffles, churros (sugar & cinnamon and self-dip chocolate), mexican wedding cookies and wedding cake (really just different flavored regular cake on different height cake stands). My venue is next to many wineries so I am having two old wine barrels sit next to each other, then placing plywood over it to act as the table.

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