We first bonded over our love of cats, horror movies, and burgers — so it only seemed fitting to serve burgers at our wedding. Plus it was a very budget-friendly option compared to many more traditional wedding caterers. We were able to fully customize our menu and provide vegan, gluten free, lean protein, and low carb options so our guests could accommodate their dietary needs.
S’mores are a staple of outdoor weddings in any season, but especially in the fall when the weather gets chilly and a bonfire is apropos. You’re cooking them up over a bonfire, adding them to your sweets table, and even making them into cakes! But a perfect way to provide a dessert AND a takeaway gift is an easy-to-make s’mores wedding favor.
Here’s how to make them super easily with a few staples from Michael’s Weddings™…
This gorgeous couple was celebrating their 15-year wedding anniversary and hadn’t had a wedding photographer at their own wedding all those years ago. It was time to remedy that with this music and sweets inspired wedding inspiration featuring custom drinks, a cute sweetheart table, and a seriously awesome and elaborate ice cream cart(!) and cake table.
Whether you’re serving donuts as your cake alternative, as part of your brunch reception, or maybe as a pre-ceremony donut treat, we know that donuts deserve the attention cake gets. Donuts 4 life! Here’s everything we think you’ll need to make sure your wedding donut bar is ready to be admired by all. And then devoured!
Since we had a butt-ton of vegans at our wedding, we made sure that they could have one awesome wedding s’mores station experience.
What I learned is that vegan s’mores are just as yummy and sometimes even better in some ways. Here’s everything you’ll need for your s’mores station…
My fiancé and I are both gluten-free and decided on a fall apple crisp instead of a cake. How do we dress it up for the wedding? I searched the internet far and wide and all I see are towers of cupcakes, donuts, and pies. I can’t figure out how to make a big tray of apple crisp look like a special dessert. We don’t need one hundred tiny glass jars and a throwaway option isn’t our style. Any ideas on making our gluten-free cake alternative look fancier?