Late night snacks are becoming such an integral part of a wedding. Presentation is as important as the food you eat. Here are some sweet ideas from The Knott to get you started.
Fruit parfait – If a heavier sit-down dinner was served earlier in the night, the last thing guests will want is a rich, decadent dessert. Instead, offer a sweet treat like these colorful parfaits, which are just as easy on the eyes as they are to eat.
Chocolate Mousse shots – A chocolate bar dipped in a whipped mousse and served in a shot glass.
Mini Sorbet Cones – When it comes to hard-to-eat foods, go miniature. Raspberry-flavored mini soret cones are so much easier to handle than the original version.
Cherry Cheescake – Nothing says summer quite like cherry cheesecake, and these bite-size treats are just the thing. Cheesecake cups displayed on a doily are the perfect complement to an intimate down-home reception.
Celebrate your childhood favorites with trays of popcorn balls in a variety of flavors (think: cheese, caramel, and cinnamon).
We love the idea of handing out take-out boxes (complete with your monogram!) for guests to fill up and take home. Package them ahead of time or let guests pick what they want from a dessert bar.
Donuts and Milk – Serving up shot-size drinks with bite-size snacks is so hot right now. This couple paired mini doughnuts with a shot of milk, but we’ve also seen it done with mini PB&Js, and even with small Oreos.
Fast Food – Have a guilty-pleasure food? This couple served up the groom’s choice — McDonald’s french fries — pick your favorite fast food spot.
Whipped Cream and Espresso – A bold espresso topped with whipped cream will get guests out of their food (or drink) coma and back out on the dance floor.
Minature Milkshakes – Leave your guests with a bit of nostalgia, by serving this childhood treat in a smaller version.
Source: The Knot