7 Ways To Serve Pie At Your Wedding
On this mathematical holiday, we're celebrating numerical pi's delicious homophone, pie. Not only does pie pair perfectly with weddings, but it's one of the most seasonal foods around. Get inspired to add a little of pie's golden-brown goodness to your wedding day.
1. Pie Favors
Who says pie can't be as elegant as its cake counterpart? Packed in a quaint to-go box and tied with ribbon, this favor is just as beautiful as a fondant-adorned personal pastry. You definitely won't have any guests leaving these favors behind.
2. Mini Pies
Smaller portions mean guests can try as many flavors as their hearts desire. We love the combination of the mismatched tiered dessert trays and eucalyptus garland, which comes together for a perfectly charming dessert display.
3. Pie Place Cards
How excited would you be to find your place card displayed next to a personal pie? Life's short—let your guests eat dessert first if they want to!
4. Pie Dessert Bar
Instead of one big tiered cake, a display of multiple pies work just as well. By opting for separate pies (or cakes!) you can pick and choose multiple flavors that don't have to live together in one confection, and guests can select their favorites.
5. Tiered Pies
Have your heart set on pies, but love the look of a tall cake? Stack 'em! You may need to get creative with cutting and serving, but for something this unique, it's worth it.
6. Pie Shooters
Key lime pie counts too. And an easy-to-eat shooter means guests can nosh and get their groove on at the same time. We're all about that.
7. A Cake That Looks Like Pie
Convincing basketweave fondant means you can have your pie-impersonating dessert and eat it too. That's right, this creative confection is actually a cake! You could even play up the pie theme in a filling like raspberry jam or lemon curd.