Photography by Dawn Smith
Flowers and Table Setting Design by Diana Gould, Ltd.
We believe in freedom of choice: traditional wedding cake or cupcakes, cookies or biscotti, lemon bars or lemon meringue, chocolate anything. More is, well, more when it comes to dessert tables, an increasingly popular option for area weddings. These buffets, usually set on lavishly decorated tables, are both a feast for the eyes—and for the guests who can choose from a variety of tasty treats. We rounded up a baker’s dozen of bakers, pastry chefs, chocolatiers, and candy makers to create these heavenly concoctions, one for each season. Presenting: a year of sweetness.
Macaron tree and French macarons by La Renaissance Pâtisserie Française. Jelly donuts by Topps Bakery. Lemon Meringue tartlettes by Sweet Delites. Pink marshmallow pops by Chocolations. Palmiers by La Renaissance. Butter cookies by Lulu Cake Boutique. Candy by Candy Rox
Once Upon a Summer
Angliotti by Sweet Delites Pastry Shop. Lemon bars by Provisions Bake Shop & Café. Wedding cake by Connie’s Bakery & General Store. Hand-painted cookies by Three Dogs Gluten-Free Bakery. Lemon bark by Cocoa Chocolate Shop. Candy by Candy Rox. Cupcakes by Flour & Sun Bakery
Falling in Love
Flourless chocolate cake by Provisions. Carrot cake and miniature fruit pies by Three Dogs Gluten-Free Bakery. Biscotti and favor bags by The Bakery at Four Corners. Miniature chocolate dome cakes by La Tulipe Desserts. Chocolate bouchon by La Renaissance Pâtisserie Française. Chocolate bark by Cocoa Chocolate Shop. Chocolate acorns by Chocolations. Candied apples and whoopie pies by Connie’s Bakery. Candy by Candy Rox
A Winter’s Table
Wedding cake and old-fashioned sno balls by Lulu Cake Boutique. Cupcakes by Flour & Sun. Silver-dusted chocolates by Chocolations. Butter cookies by Sweet Delites. Snowflake cookies, chocolate-chip cookies, and snickerdoodles by Provisions
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