These little donuts are extra light and have a double dose of vanilla flavor. They’re pretty stacked high on a cake stand, or displayed individually in fancy cupcake papers.
These are perfect for dressing up a dessert table, or for packaging in little boxes for wedding favors. Sugar pearls are available at most grocery stores, or find them in the baking aisle at craft stores.
These pretty pink pies are full of strawberry flavor. Use gold or silver sanding sugar in place of the multicolor nonpareils for a fancy presentation.
Personalize your wedding treats with chocolate “wax” seals. Wax stamps can be found at craft stores and online.
Make your wedding toast even sweeter with pink champagne truffles. Display them in foil candy papers for extra eye appeal.
These cheesecake cones bring plenty of fun to the dessert table. Use nonpareils in your wedding colors for a pretty presentation.
These creamy custards can be made with your favorite brand of bubbly. Gold sanding sugar can be found at most craft stores in the baking supply aisle.
These cakelettes are reminiscent of a favorite childhood treat but in miniature form. You can eat them right away, but they're more flavorful and moist the next day.
This cake is sure to be the center of attention at any spring or Easter gathering. Bake a dome-shaped chocolate cake, fill with marshmallow creme, frost with pastel pink icing and top with toasted coconut.
These little nests will beautifully display candy Easter eggs and other small treats. They solidify to a hard candy finish to create a delicate, porcelain-like look.
Re-create Prince William's groom's cake in your own kitchen. This cake is rich, chocolatey and, best of all, easy to make.
Mix together a basic sugar cookie dough with a chocolate-dough variation to create a cookie that blends both flavors.
Cold, creamy panna cotta is a perfect summer treat. Layer it with grenadine and blue Curaçao for a patriotic look.