Choosing the wedding menu is a very pleasurable task within the wedding schedule. Making tastings and researching the menu possibilities is a phase that passes quickly, despite being extremely intense. Take the opportunity to enjoy the menu during this period, because many times on the day of the party you will be so nervous and anxious that you will not even taste the food. It’s been months planning the wedding, and all the details make the difference. Thinking of helping you with the preparations, we selected 19 very dear desserts as a suggestion for the wedding menu.
Be it berries, cherry, or chocolate, cheesecake is a very eclectic sweet. Its base is neutral and can be covered or stuffed with whatever flavor you want. In this case, we selected a different cheesecake, with a prettier structure and a cherry flavor.
2. Amarula Pudding
The pudding is sweet that Brazilians love, very traditional, and with the concept of being something homemade. How about refining it and adding Amarula liquor to the recipe? This is the idea to make the pudding fit for a wedding party.
3. Panna cotta
Following the line of pudding, panna cotta is an Italian sweet with a similar texture, but with a completely different flavor. Panna cotta, like cheesecake, has a more neutral base and can be served with Nutella, red fruits, passion fruit sauce, etc.
4. Crème Brûlée
Crème brûlée is a dessert of sour cream, eggs, sugar, and vanilla. Its name comes from the French “burnt cream”, as a blowtorch is used to burn the sugar on top of the candy at the end. A light and very refined option.
5. Scoop Brigadeiro
The most beloved sweet in Brazil, the brigadeiro, can be an option for the wedding dessert. Generally, the sweet made in the spoon version is more suitable for wedding desserts, since the brigadeiro ball version works best on the sweet table.
6. lemon pie
Lemon pie is a very neutral option within a wedding menu, especially if the idea is to invest in sweets with intense flavors on the sweet table. The ideal is always to balance the flavors between the dessert, the wedding cake, and the sweet table. The mix between the lemon flavor and the cream of the pie creates a very balanced flavor.
The mousse is an extremely light dessert and very suitable for parties. Served in glasses, it can be a great choice for a wedding dinner. Its variety of flavors also helps in choosing the menu: strawberry, chocolate, passion fruit, lemon, among others.
8. Petit Gateau
Petit Gateau is the perfect blend to be served at any time of year. The mixture between the cake with hot filling and frosting and the ice cream is quite interesting. Visually, it’s a sweet presence, so your dessert plate will fill the eyes of your guests.
Famous for balancing the sweet cream of whipped cream and meringues with the sour strawberry, the meringue is a great option to serve in small glasses. It should be served in small portions so that your guests can enjoy the other sweets of the party, such as cake and sweets.
10. Fruit salad
The fruit salad is the best option for a wedding party that has on its menu several sweets and cake with a sweet taste. Fruits balance the cloying options of the party and bring the freshness that only tropical fruits can bring. Invest in this idea.
Paves have eclectic flavors just like the mousses. Any flavors can be chosen for the party, such as fruit paves such as passion fruit, peach, or pineapple. And for the ants: waltz dream bonbon pavé, white chocolate, condensed milk, etc.
12. Dutch pie
The traditional Dutch dessert is also very popular with Brazilians. With its creamy structure, it counterbalances with the biscuit placed on its side. A nice option for weddings that choose not to serve cake, just dessert and sweets.
13. Italian straw cake
Another option for newlyweds who intend to serve only one dessert is the Italian straw cake. He combines the Italian straw, which is a delicious dessert, with the cake.
14. Stuffed carolina profiterole
A dessert of presence, the profiterole should be served in small quantities so as not to become cloying. Of Italian origin, the sweet please everyone with its Carolinas stuffed with dulce de leche.
15. German pie
The German pie follows the line of the Dutch pie, being able to substitute the cake. Its structure takes biscuits only in the dough, unlike the Dutch pie, which has a texture more similar to a pavé.
For weddings that hire a crepe buffet as a savory menu. You are sure to please everyone with the sweet menu too. Choose flavors like a banana with chocolate, chocolate with strawberries, coconut with condensed milk, dulce de leche, and Suzette.
17. Romeo and Juliet
The most traditional sweet of Mina’s cuisine can also be made in a gourmet version and please everyone. A light combination that can be served in small quantities just for guests to sweeten their mouths and wait for the next desserts.
Waffles also follow the crepe line, with all kinds of toppings and fillings. Opt for different flavors such as fine jellies and fruits such as blackberries and blueberries to get rid of the idea of being similar to crepe.
The brownie, of American origin, follows the same line as the petit gateau. It is still served hot and comes with a scoop of ice cream. An interesting option for your wedding menu.