Do the Bride a Favor Gives Tips on Incorporating Chocolate into Weddings

Do the Bride a Favor provides chocolate-centered inspiration on how to incorporate the decadent confection into weddings.

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Dallas, Tx (PRWEB) June 14, 2013

Chocolate can be incorporated into every event. From breakfast to dessert, this famous confection has inspired and delighted for hundreds of years. Today, chocolate plays a starring role in many events, including weddings. On May 30, 2013, The Huffington Post published chocolate wedding ideas, and Do the Bride a Favor has created a list of ways to incorporate chocolate into every wedding.

1. Chocolate Escort Cards
Chocolates can be used to display the escort cards. Take a chocolate lollipop or a small chocolate and attach the escort card. Display in a themed basket or on a stand for easy access.

2. Chocolate Wedding Cake
Chocolate wedding cakes have evolved from basic to extravagant. Think creatively when choosing a chocolate wedding cake. Incorporate items such as caramel and fruit, or savory items such as salt, bacon, or herbs. Wedding cakes that feature these different flavors are unexpected and delicious.

3. Décor
Wedding décor comes in every color and theme, and this can include chocolate. Brides have incorporated chocolate into the wedding décor by offering guests chocolate fondue, chocolate candy buffets, and even chocolate sculptures.

4. Personalized Wedding Chocolates
Chocolatiers are constantly creating new ways to provide wedding guests with beautiful edible wedding favors. From truffles topped with a gold leaf to intricately designed chocolate petit fours, a chocolate wedding favor is sure to delight everyone in attendance. For summer events, plan to have the caterer or hired help pass out the favors during the reception to keep them as cool as possible.

5. Socially Responsible Chocolates
There’s been much debate about fair-trade chocolate. If a bridal couple is concerned about the methods in which their chocolate is obtained, hire a company that uses fair-trade chocolate to ensure that the chocolate is sourced in an acceptable manner.

Do the Bride a Favor gives tips on how to incorporate chocolate into every event, including using chocolates as escort cards, serving a delicious chocolate cake, and offering chocolate wedding favors to guests.

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