27 Unique Dessert Displays For Your Wedding Day
You might wanna sit down for this, because these unique dessert displays are out of control! If you’re feeling like you wanna jazz up the cake table for your day, or go with different sweets entirely, these ideas are sure to get you fired up. From ombre color wheels to punny signage, we’re obsessed with the tables, bars, shelves and pedestals in store!
Photo by Anna Delores with planning by Wild Heart Events, florals by Forage Florals and desserts by Paper Cake Events
Yep. We’d fare well with a display of treats like this in our lives. Cupcakes, macarons, jam-filled cookies – you don’t have to ask us twice to linger here.
Photo by Anna Roussos with planning by Tie the Knot Santorini, florals by Betty Flowers Santorini and cake by Petranart
Photo by Burgundy Blue with planning by Hive Events and desserts by Sugar Lab Bakeshop
One way to add extra interest to your table is by varying heights. We love the way this moody, industrial display with mini drip cakes catches your eye right off the bat.
Photo by The Venue Report with florals by Layered Vintage and desserts by Hey There, Cupcake
Photo by Pine and Sea Photography with planning by Details, Darling and desserts by Cinnabon
It’s no secret that I live for puns, so this cinnabon inspired treat display was an immediate must-have in our roundup.
Photo by Ed Brown Photography with desserts by Ruby Lou’s Treat Co
Photo by Figtree Wedding Photography with planning by Scenic Rim Bride and cake by Marina Machado Cakes
Photo by Feather and Stone Photography with planning + design by Amorology, backdrop by Backup Backdrops and desserts by Hey There, Cupcake
Photo + design by Wee Gather with desserts by Hey There, Cupcake
Photo + cakes by Winifred Kriste Cake
Photo by Sposto Photography with planning by Velvet Alley Events and desserts by Top Tier Treats
Photo by Sarah Kate Photography with florals by Bows and Arrows Flowers and cakes by Shannon Star Cakes
Acrylic pedestals offer up a sleek + modern alternative to a traditional table. Pop some statement florals underneath and you’ve added even more visual interest!
Photo by Danielle Bacon Photography with planning by Golden Arrow Events, florals by Penelope Pots Floral Design and desserts by Hey There, Cupcake
Photo by Quarter Moon Co with florals by Devon & Pinkett and cake by Nutmeg Cake Design
Photo by Linda Lauva
Photo by Sara D’ambra Photography with cake by Nana & Nana Cakes
Photo by Devon Donnahoo Photography with design by Amorology, signage by Prim & Pixie and backdrop by Back Up Backdrops
Photo by Let’s Frolic Together with desserts by VG Donut and Bakery
Photo by Alexa Ann Photography with desserts by Bijou’s Sweet Treats
Oh heck yes, this is the grazing table of dreams! If you’re worried about your mix of sweets looking messy, establishing pattern and motion is one easy way to create order. This display from Bijou’s Sweet Treats is Exhibit A!
Photo by Carlie Statsky with planning by LVL Weddings, florals by Natasha Kolenko and desserts by Johnny Doughnuts
Photo by Love Is My Favorite Color with florals by A Very Beloved Bloom and cake by Demel
Photo by Lydia Stamps Photography with planning by What Peggy Did Next and cake by Jemima Cakes
If you’re hesitating on a plethora of floral installation over your reception tables, maybe one statement over the dessert display like this will do the trick!
Photo + cake by Marina Machado Cakes
Photo by Natalie Bray with planning by Amorology
Photo by Anna Delores with planning by Vanessa Noel Events and cake by Paper Cake Events
Photo by Story by Mia with cake by Bakes by Marie
We’re craving sweets tremendously after this display of creativity. The best kind of validation we could have asked for is knowing that the limit does not exist when it comes to how many sweets (and what kind) you can bring to the table on the wedding day. So tell us, which display was your favorite?
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