Today’s wedding couples, more and more often, want to offer their guests more than the traditional reception. They want to give their guests an experience.
In recent years we’ve seen an increase in the number of lawn games (Jenga, corn hole, croquet) provided at weddings, giving guests something to do while wedding portraits are taken after the ceremony.
Cigar rollers, acrobats, contortionists, and dance performances have also joined photobooths as ways to keep guests entertained during the reception.
Now, couples are looking to food-related experiences to help their guests have a good time.
The use of donuts is rising in weddings today. From donut-walls to create-your-own donut decorating, like those from Duck Donuts, give your guests an experience and a treat!
Another new entry in the “food experience” for weddings is Sugar Clouds Cotton Candy. In addition to flavors ranging from the expected like pink lemonade and blueberry, Sugar Clouds other flavors include maple bacon, chili lime watermelon, vanilla bourbon, and many more.
After watching the sugar spin, guests can add toppings, including dried fruit, sprinkles, Pop Rocks candy, and edible pearls and diamonds, and more.
Tiff’s Treats has been delivering warm, straight-out-of-the-oven cookies to homes and offices for years. Now, they’re bringing the experience to weddings.
Their Tiffwich Package lets couples pick their cookie flavors ahead of time and at the reception and the Tiff’s Treats Team brings everything needed to create delicious ice cream cookie sandwiches right before your guests’ eyes.
Food experiences aren’t just entertaining for your guests; they can also serve as a wedding favor your friends and family will never forget.
So if you’re looking for something different and tasty for your guests, consider on-the-spot food experiences and they’ll be talking about your wedding for years to come.