We're doing a Viennese hour! Just a huuuuge table of pastries, brownies, mousse parfaits, mini pies, etc.
Instead of a traditional wedding cake, we are doing 5 individual cakes from Publix (white Chantilly for FH and I, red velvet, coconut, chocolate, latte cake), a cookie platter, and 2 dessert platters with canollis (sp) eclairs, Bon bons, and chocolate covered strawberries.
We will be doing one for cutting and pictures and we'll send it back to the kitchen so they can slice it and put it out on the table, but we aren't going to worry about having enough cake slices for anyone. Muchas gracias to the ladies on WW for helping me come to that solution
We are doing one!! My photo inspiration is attached. I'll design a sign on the back that will read "All you need is love...and a little dessert".
We are planning on having mini cupcakes, baklava, mini rum cakes, cannolis, truffles, mini S'mores, Pie pops, dipped oreos, macarons, lemon tarts and cookies (all from local Brooklyn sweet spots). We will have a small cake for decor, but guests can pick at and enjoy the sweets as they see fit. Very excited!!!!
We did different flavors of whoopie pies. They're of Pennsylvania Dutch origin (although Maine will argue that they invented them). I don't have my pro pictures back yet so no help there. But I can show you this very sad mock up photo for my DOC using card board boxes instead of the wooden crates. (The actual wedding used the crates).
We are doing mini personal pies! Pecan, blueberry, chocolate walnut, and key lime! My FH and I are doing our "pie cutting" with a full sized key lime. This was our inspiration