Bring out your wedding guests' inner children with a nostalgic cereal bar.
Long gone are the days of just a simple (or not-so-simple) three-tiered wedding cake. While the classic confection is still popular — now often found in creative sizes, shapes, hues, and adorned with many embellishments — different desserts and other culinary concoctions are popping up more and more at weddings around the country.
Check out some of these ideas for creative, delicious wedding bars.
This is perfect for kids. Have a nostalgic bar filled with your favorite morning fare. Display in clear canisters for pops of color.
Milk and cookies bar
How simple is that? Mix it up with chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, and some sandwich cookies. Have them homemade by friends and family or pick some up from a local bakery and pass along to your caterer.
Get your fixings on! With enough toppings to create an endless outcome of bites, guests will enjoy crafting their own crostini.
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Loaded mashed potato bar
Not everyone likes their tots the same way, so provide the spuds and let guests make it their way with endless fixings like chives, bacon and cheddar.
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Fun for while the speeches are being given, have a popcorn cart so that guests can have a viewing snack. Kettle corn, caramel, cheddar, bacon mix it up and supply classic carnival bags, too!
For the health nut, create a green alternative as a contrast to all the calorie loading that’s going to be happening throughout the night. Make it colorful with fruits and vegetables and have various dipping sauces.
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