I have a special place in my heart for wedding cake trends (naked cakes! pop culture cakes! literal cheese cakes!). That’s why I always love seeing what new trends are popping up. It seems that drip cakes are making a comeback, which we LOVE.
Here are some of the more offbeat drip cakes we could find, with rainbows, caramel, pastels, sprinkles, popcorn, and even fake blood for Halloween. Let’s get drippy with it!
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!
I went from a bride who didn’t give a crap about having a florist, to LOSING MY GAWDDAMNED MIND when I saw the edible centerpiece arrangements that California Sister created. We loved them so much we enjoyed them as our wedding table decor AND as dinner the next night.
First check out these amazing edible centerpieces, and then see how we enjoyed them AGAIN with our tummies…
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…
Almost everything you’ll find when you search for a “two officiant wedding ceremony” will be religious. But if you’re not inviting any of The Gods to your wedding, you might be interested in reading through our ceremony script…
(Keep in mind we’re foodies and our wedding was slightly Game of Thrones-themed, so pardon any and all foodstagram references, TV show puns, and spoilers!)
We are going super laid-back, backyard wedding on a Friday evening. Our thought was to have a long grill set up and have each guest pick a pork chop or chicken and grill their own. We will have meat thermometers available. Our thought was that we didn’t want people to show up get food, sit with whom they normally socialize, eat, and leave.