Must-Have Midnight Wedding Snacks

What's the perfect way to end a wedding reception? Surprise guests with a delicious treat served in a stylish way. Check out these trendsetting late-night wedding food ideas to ask your caterer about.
  1. 1. Chocolate Milk Shakes

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    Leave your guests with a bit of nostalgia, by serving this childhood treat in a smaller version.

  2. 2. Chocolate Mousse Shots

    Photo by Stacy Kane Photography

    A chocolate bar dipped in a whipped mousse and served in a shot glass makes a sweet ending.

  3. 3. Whipped Cream & Espresso

    Photo by Aruna B. Photography

    A bold espresso topped with whipped cream will get guests out of their food coma and back out on the dance floor.

  4. 4. Mini Sorbet Cones

    Photo by Kristi Zontini/Zontini Studios

    When it comes to hard-to-eat foods, go miniature. Raspberry flavor mini sorbet cones are so much easier to handle than the original version.

  5. 5. Fruit Parfaits

    Photo by Anne Marie Photography

    If a heavier sit-down dinner was served earlier in the night, the last thing guests will want is a rich, decadent dessert. Instead, offer a sweet treat like these colorful parfaits, which are just as easy on the eyes as they are to eat.

  6. 6. Cherry Topped Cheesecakes

    Photo by Lisa Kyle Photography

    Nothing says summer quite like cherry cheescake, and these bite-size treats are just the thing. Cheesecake cups displayed on a doily are the perfect complement to an intimate down-home reception.

  7. 7. Old-Fashioned Popcorn Balls

    Photo by Kamp Photography

    Celebrate your childhood favorites with trays of popcorn balls in a variety of flavors (think: cheese, caramel, and cinnamon).

  8. 8. Fast-Food French Fries

    Photo by Blaine & Bethany Photography

    Have a guilty-pleasure food? This couple served up the groom's choice -- McDonald's French fries -- but you could pick any sweet or salty treat from your favorite fast-food spot.

  9. 9. Treat-Filled Take-Out Boxes

    Photo by Brad and Nicole Wolf/SOTA Dzine

    We love the idea of handing out take-out boxes (complete with the your monogram!) for guests to fill up and take home. Package them ahead of time or let guests pick what they want from a dessert bar.

  10. 10. Doughnuts and Milk

    Photo by Sam Hughes Photography

    Serving up shot-size drinks with bite-size snacks is so hot right now. This couple paired mini doughnuts with a shot of milk, but we've also seen it done with mini PB&Js, and even with small Oreos.

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