Vegan wedding menu planning requires a multi sensory approach when you need to accommodate your carnivorous guests as well as the vegans. Our tips and examples make it easy.
If you’re excited that rosé is having its day in the sun then you’re in my camp. I love a pretty pink and sweet drink. I’m a cliché, what can I say?
Let’s be cliché together and add one of these pretty (and delicious!) rosé signature cocktails to our wedding drink repertoire, shall we?
Since we had a butt-ton of vegans at our wedding, we made sure that they could have one awesome wedding s’mores station experience.
What I learned is that vegan s’mores are just as yummy and sometimes even better in some ways. Here’s everything you’ll need for your s’mores station…
If you’re rocking a killer coffee bar at your wedding, adding these DIY mocha spoons for stirring in delicious chocolate flavor is ultra-fancy. You’ll never believe how fast and easy they are to whip up last-minute. A little chocolate, white chocolate, or colored melting candy, some plastic spoons, a smidge of edible glitter or sprinkles… and you’re set.
Hey, chocolate lovers: are you in need of a really good chocolate signature cocktail, or even an idea for a unity cocktail? This grasshopper julep might be your new favorite drink. We just had the Kentucky Derby, so a good, stiff bourbon drink is just what the drink doctor ordered. Hell, maybe just save this recipe for a particularly long crafting night. I won’t judge. I’m probably drinking one right now anyway. Let’s see how to make this mint meets chocolate meets booze delicious monstrosity.
Look, cake is the tits. But sometimes you just want to shake things up and offer up something a little different, dessert-wise. Enter the ice cream bar! Lillian and Jon’s woodland forest wedding meet kitties wedding featured a most nom-worthy gelato bar for which we wanted to climb into the screen. Let’s look at their bar and learn how you can take your ice cream bar game up to 11.