choose one - $42/dozen (minimum of 2 dozen per flavor combination required)
choose one to compliment your cake flavor choice
suggested with chai tea cake
suggested with oreo cookie cake
suggested with toasted coconut cake
suggested with snickerdoodle or red velvet cakes
suggested with lavender blossom cake
suggested with grenadine or orange-vanilla bean cakes
suggested with mango-lime or toasted coconut cakes
each filling adds $6/dozen. choose up to 2 per cake flavor
suggested with mango-lime, chai tea or toasted coconut cakes
suggested with chai-tea cake and white chocolate icing
suggested with lavender blossom cake and honey cream cheese icing
suggested with chocolate cake and chocolate icing
base price of $42/dozen includes simple decoration such as sprinkles, sugars and candy pearls. More elaborate decoration increases the price accordingly
If a self service dessert buffet is an idea you're considering for your event, you might want to rethink that option.
While dessert buffets are still GORGEOUS, unfortunately they now pose a difficult situation to safely display and serve. And, it will be the host's responsibility to ensure guest safety as much as possible.
In pre-COVID days, displays were commonly set up to encourage and invite guests to ponder their selection and help themselves to the abundant array of treats. Now, there are restrictions on how food is presented, and in some regions buffets are strongly restricted or even prohibited. Additionally, there is a greater chance that your guests will not feel comfortable standing in line to serve themselves with utensils touched by others.
Having a plated dessert, such as traditional cake slice, may be the safer option, with guests staying in their "bubble" and knowing that the server will be following protocols. In honesty, I personally think is the best choice at this time.
*IF* a buffet is allowed by your venue (you will need to check your County regulations) then perhaps think about having the desserts served by an attendant instead of self service, and, implement barrier protection and "traffic control" at the dessert table. Or, consider displaying boxed desserts (think, Bento box) that guests can quickly access with little "touching".
GSG is currently brainstorming some clever (and attractive) barrier ideas, and sourcing pretty box options to offer as possible solutions. These ideas will add an additional cost, but it will be well worth the investment to protect your guests and make them feel more comfortable, and allow you to have the wedding dessert as close to your dreams as possible.