Something Sweet

You have your something old, blue, borrowed, and new—but what about your something sweet? From the perfect tablescape to one-of-a-kind party favors to delicious dessert bar ideas and stunning (edible!) centerpieces, this is the ultimate guide to making your celebration uniquely yours. We guarantee these special touches will leave a lasting impression on your guests.

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Unexpected Wedding Food Ideas Your Guests Will Love
You don't have to plan an unconventional wedding to serve up unexpected, unique cuisine. There's so much more to your big day's hors d'oeuvres than shrimp cocktail and pigs-in-a-blanket (not that there's anything wrong with those options!). To inspire your own creative fare, we've rounded up our favorite dishes with a twist from real weddings. Mini lobster rolls and tiny ceviche bites proved that small versions of the classics often have maximum impact. Festive paper cones with fries and personalized packets of popcorn made the cocktail hour snacks compact enough to tote around, while milkshake shots, gelato carts, and churro donuts showed up the classic wedding cake. Ultimately, there's nothing wrong with sticking to tried-and-true wedding foods. They're signatures for a reason, and there are so many ways to make expected cuisine unexpected, including serving those staples in unique ways. However you approach it, here's one piece of advice: Serve the foods that you love as a couple—no matter how niche—to ensure that your menu, like the rest of your wedding day, reflects who you two are.