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3 Tea Party Bridal Shower Recipes We Can’t Resist  

These three deliciously clever recipes prove that desserts are the most important meal of the day. For all you mothers-of-the-bride, maids of honor and future mothers-in-law tasked with planning a bridal shower, we've asked celebrity caterer Andrea Correale of Elegant Affairs to share how she transforms a girly get-together into a springtime tea party bridal... read more

6 Desserts You Can Print Your Wedding Design On

Make your wedding dessert pixel perfect with a printed design. Ask your baker if they do edible printing, then figure out how you want to use your monogram, custom wedding logo, a photo of you and your fiance or a pattern that fits your wedding style. Pastry printing uses edible ink and fondant or wafer paper... read more

Do We Have To Offer Vegetarian Options At Our Wedding?

How To Accomodate Vegans and VegetariansArden Prucha Jenkins
There's bound to be a few friends or family members with special menu needs on your guest list. (Hence the reason so many couples are talking about the best way to accommodate dietary restrictions right now on our Food & Cakes board.) So should you really have to worry about all of your vegetarian,... read more

Here’s What You Need To Know Before Making A Wedding Candy Bar

We don't have to tell you how much fun candy bars are (and they make a pretty awesome photo op too!), but pulling off a beautiful display is not as easy as it looks. We reached out to candy and dessert bar experts to bring you the most important tips to creating an amazing wedding... read more

11 Fat Tuesday-Inspired Catering Ideas

Fat Tuesday-inspired catering ideas for your wedding / TheKnot.com
Fat Tuesday is all about the fried foods, Creole-inspired cooking and frozen drinks. It may be the culmination of  Mardi Gras, but the festive menu easily translates to a wedding with savory pancake and shrimp appetizers, fried dough desserts like beignets and donuts, and classic Southern foodie favors like Moon Pies and grits. Steal the read more

A Grilled Cheese Groom’s Cake IS Possible

There's no rule that says your wedding cake has to be sweet. That's where this grilled cheese cake comes in. The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen in San Francisco offers a cake made out of 30 of their famous grilled cheese sandwiches. According to Thrillist.com, you can order just regular grilled cheese or add... read more

Fun Winter Foods You’ll Love For Your Wedding (Or Any Party)

Winter weddings reap the benefits of serving crowd-pleasing comfort foods and rich sweets. Warm cheese appetizers, soup shooters and creative food bars (an all-spud bar and poutine station top our favorites list) provide guests hearty snacks at the serving size of their choice. After all those savory foods, make sure your guests satisfy their sweet... read more

Love Thanksgiving Food? Serve These Dishes at Your Wedding

Thanksgiving Foods At Your Wedding // Featured: The Knot Blog
Here's an idea: Use Thanksgiving favorites as inspiration for your reception menu. You can serve an entire holiday meal in new and delicious ways. (Think cranberry cocktails, turkey sliders and mini-apple pie favors.) Find your favorite Thanksgiving dish below and see how to adapt it to fit your wedding menu! If You Love Green Bean Casserole...... read more

8 Dangerously Delicious Fall Wedding Cocktails

Mix up a cozy fall cocktail for your reception, engagement party or last-minute DIY dash with the bridesmaids (they deserve it!). Slice up seasonal garnishes like apple, pumpkin, fig or pear and put your mixology skills to the test. For the novice bartender, simply follow the recipes below to make a tasty autumn-inspired wedding cocktail!... read more

10 Foods Everyone Will Actually Want To Eat At Your Wedding

Just because you're having a wedding doesn't mean you have to serve over the top fancy foods like foie gras and braised lamb shank (not to say these aren't tasty, they're just not everyone's cup of tea). Serving familiar comfort foods in a creative way will keep your guests happy (and they won't break the... read more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.
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