A Change of Tastes – New Trends in Wedding Desserts

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Shindigz has found that unique sweet treats are popular this year.

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Wedding receptions serve cupcakes, cake pops, and pies as brides seek alternatives to traditional, yellow cakes. “White, three-tiered, wedding cakes have company,” remarks Keith Bansemer, Director of Internet Marketing at Shindigz.com. “Unique, sweet treats are trendy at weddings this year.”

Vanilla and chocolate wedding cakes are still in demand, but many couples opt for seasonal tastes such as hazelnut, cinnamon, lemon, cherry chip, or mint. Novelty cakes that highlight a couple’s hobbies or interests are also popular.

Changes can be seen with fondant, butter cream icing, and icing sprays, too. Cake decorators highlight wedding colors with unique designs and patterns. Beyond pastels, trendy colors include bright oranges, deep purples, and jet blacks.

Other new, dessert trends include decorated cookies or brownies paired with specialty ice creams. One look through the colorful photo boards on Pinterest shows that the most popular trends for wedding cakes aren’t cakes at all.

About Shindigz
Shindigz.com sells cake supplies for the perfect wedding. Making “life more fun” since 1926, customers shop Shindigz for over 34,000 party supplies, personalized invitations, favors, and decorations to over 22 million events. The company ships products from its facilities in South Whitley, Indiana across the United States, and around the world to 59 countries.

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