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Fun Wedding Favors – Mini Cupcakes

mini cupcakes

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of edible wedding favors, and that’s especially true when we’re talking about mini cupcakes.

Sure, a full-size cupcake is awesome…but when you’re serving wedding cake to your guests it’s probably a better idea to think about mini cupcakes if you’re going with an edible favor.

These mini cupcakes come in your choice of vanilla or chocolate cake and can be decorated with your choice of sprinkles, frosting color, and up to three lines of text for personalization. You can also have them packaged in a small gift box for easier handling.

Your guests will love this mini sweet treat that they can take home and snack on after the wedding!

You can find these adorable mini cupcakes here.

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White One-Tier Wedding Cake

one tier cake

There’s something to be said for an elegant, one-tier wedding cake.

With a smaller cake there’s no muss, no fuss but the cake can still steal the show.

While I’m a fan of big, elegant and fancy wedding cakes I also like the smaller cakes.

Whether you’re hosting a small, intimate reception and you don’t need a big cake, or you’re planning on serving other desserts (cupcakes, a dessert bar, or maybe a cheese wedding cake) – a one-tier cake can be perfect for so many reasons.

I really like this one-tier cake. First, it’s an almost ‘naked’ cake with minimal frosting. Because as much as I like frosting, you don’t want to drown a one-tier cake in too much buttercream.

And second, it’s just pretty. The fresh white roses and greens give the cake an elegant vibe, while the thin layer of icing allows the dark hue of the cake to peek through. It’s picture perfect.

This is an ideal cake for your small, elegant reception.

We found this lovely cake here. It was created by Earth and Sugar.

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Cupcakes and a Wedding Cake

cakes and cupcakes

Cupcakes are still all the rage when it comes to wedding receptions and I’m OK with that, since I love a good cupcake (or two).

But serving cupcakes in place of a traditional wedding cake leaves one small problem – how are the bride and groom supposed to cut the cake? You can’t really cut a cupcake and have it be the same.

Which is why I love this cake-and-cupcake idea! You can have your cake (and cupcakes) and eat it too.

The happy couple can pick out a small cake in their favorite flavor and it gets top billing on a tiered cupcake stand. I also love the adorable banner that adorns the top of the cake. Very shabby chic.

Then the guests can nosh on some delectable cupcakes in different flavors. No mess, no fuss, no cutting hundreds of slices of cake. It’s like a grab-and-go dessert table.

We found this super fun non-traditional idea here. And it was created by Sweet n’ Flour.