A dessert table is a must for every wedding, whatever you serve – it’s always present! You don’t need any stylist for decorating the dessert table, do it yourself. We’ve prepared some tips that may be useful for designing one, let’s take a look.
As I’ve just said: you needn’t a stylist for designing your dessert table. Even if you aren’t able to style a dessert table yourself on the big day, ask a trusted family member or friend for help.
Set up a trial run of the jars, platters, backdrop and signage beforehand and you take plenty of photos. Then give them the pics and voila!
a simple dessert table decorated with candle lanterns and white blooms plus baby’s breath
a stylish dessert able with cookies and cakes plus souffle in vintage tea cups
style a dessert table and take pics to give them to the person who’s gonna do that on your wedding day
Speaking of table decor, continue the color scheme and style that you’ve chosen for the wedding. Make your dessert table a continuation of your wedding decor. Desserts look best displayed at varying heights and depths. Think three dimensionally – place some desserts or candy jars behind each other. If you are serving donuts, try a trendy donut wall. Doing these things will add visual interest to the table and stop it from looking sparse. Add some scoops and tongs of various kinds to keep your guests’ hands clean. For guests who prefer to take a sweet treat home for later, provide some pretty bags with an attached thank you card.
Provide your guests with a variety of foods, flavors and candies so they can decide just how much sweetness they want to indulge in.
a rustic garden wedding dessert table with plenty of greenery and blooms and vintage frames plus lace
a lush spring garden dessert table with lights and hanging greenery and blooms in pink and white