How do you update your wedding celebration in a new, creative, and yummy way? Bakers and companies are being put to the test to do just that.
Here are some of our favorite ways to bring baked goods back into your wedding:
Cookie Place Cards
Modern Bite partnered up with Kathryn Murray Calligraphy who hand writes the names of each guest and table. Then it is scanned and printed on edible sugar when it is then places onto the cookie. Dan Shapiro, one of the founders of Modern Bite along with partner Greg, the designer, brings up a great point; “what do you do with a place card afterwards anyways? Why not eat it?” They’ve also done the same thing for Save-the-Dates and guest favors.
Dan takes the idea one step further – by combining cookies with QR codes that can lead to a couple’s wedding page.
“What do you do with a place card afterwards anyways? Why not eat it?” – Dan Shapiro, Modern Bite
Hot Chocolate Place Cards
By tying your guests’ name and table number onto an instant hot chocolate on a stick is a great alternative as well. Once you get to your seat dip your chocolate into hot water, and voila! You’ve got a warm delicious hot coco, suggested Ellen Jane Desserts.
Bachelorette Party Cookies
Or how about some sexy Bachelorette Party Cookies?? Ellen Jane Desserts has made these popular cookies a hit. After a strip tease lesson or a fun night in a limo and karaoke, these detailed cookies are themed and delicious.
Bride & Groom Fortune Cookies
These adorable and detailed fortune cookies were made by also by Ellen Jane Desserts. Inside each fortune was a custom note to the guest and have also been used as a wedding favor thanking their guests for celebrate with the happy couple.