Our infatuation with food wasn’t born exclusively out of taste. Many people are in love with the whole sensuous experience of it: the faint clink of glasses and forks against plates, sweet and savory aromas mingling in the air, the warmth from familiar hands as they pass the salt, and the tingling mouth feel of that sip of Cabernet just after a bite of cool, tender steak. If you plan to serve the vino at your wedding, you’ll want to read up on our tips for Serving Wine At Your Wedding Like A Pro.
Planning a big ol’ sweets table as your dessert, cake alternative, or guest favors? This can either be a spend-fest or an exercise in skillful saving, depending on your choices and a little bit of luck. From cheap candy alternatives to space hacks, we’ve compiled a big list of candy buffet ideas to save money and make your candy buffet win over every sweet tooth on your guest list. So here are our Rochester Wedding Candy Buffet Ideas….
While a multi-tier wedding cake with white fondant flowers and gold leaf detailing might appear aesthetically pleasing for your wedding photos, not every couple is head over heels for the notion of a such complex confection. However, tradition dictates that a cake is as customary for a wedding as the first dance and the “I do’s.” So what is a bride to do when she simply doesn’t wish to include cake on her wedding menu? Our Rochester wedding experts weigh in on whether or not a Rochester wedding cake is truly necessary for a modern celebration.