Nothing screams spring louder than fresh fruit, so be inspired by the natural colour palette and serve spring desserts with delicious berries, mangoes, and citrus fruits. If you love rustic-style desserts, think berry-topped pavlovas or naked cakes adorned with fruit and flowers. The combination of chocolate and fresh fruit is inspirational too, so perhaps you can include desserts such as white chocolate mousse with raspberries or choc mud with cherries on top! Mini desserts are a huge food trend for weddings, so serve mini cheesecakes, lemon blackberry tartlets, miniature eclairs with strawberries and cream or fruit-infused mini meringues.
If you want to delight your guests with refreshing, season-inspired desserts, think something unique like a raspberry semifreddo or a fruit-infused ice cream. You can even serve an ice cream wedding cake with a berry-flavoured drizzle icing or serve delicious ice cream sandwiches, mini ice cream cones or iced coffee frappes. Home-made fruit sorbets will add a rustic touch to your dessert bar and colourful iced lollies are the perfect treat for kids. Other refreshing spring flavours we love include pink grapefruit, mango, coconut, lemon, orange and poppy seed.
Think about seasonal decorative touches too! You can adorn your cakes with edible flowers such as pansies, lilacs, roses, dandelions, daisies and tulips. Rustic-style naked wedding cakes look gorgeous with fresh spring blooms on top, but you can also decorate them with seasonal fruit and culinary herbs. Or perhaps you want to serve your desserts with cherries on top? It is it such a cute way to add spring vibe to your dessert bar! If you want to add an artistic touch to your wedding cake, think hand-painted florals and drizzle icings, or even sprinkle flower confetti or rose petals on your sweet treats!
Not sure what would be the perfect edible bombonere for spring? Fresh organic fruit packed in cute boxes or woven baskets is great for country weddings, and if you want something a little more glamorous, then think bright-coloured, fruit-flavoured macaron cakes packed in transparent favour boxes. We also love cake-in-a-jar bombonieres, so why not surprise your guests with mini cheesecakes or red velvet cupcakes encased in glass jars.
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