- A table full of candy. M&M, gummy bears, chocolate bars – you name it, and then add it to your candy bar. Of course, candy bars that include cookies and other more homemade goodies are perfect too – but we guarantee your guests will love the idea of indulging in their favorite candy bars (just to make sure they have enough energy to dance all night long, of course).
- Milk and cookies. An absolute classic in terms of comforting sweet treats – and one you can definitely bring into your wedding day too. To make it more interesting, why not serve this as “milk shots” and cookies? It will add a fun twist to this adorable dessert every single guest loves.
- Fruit salads. How about serving something sweet, full of flavor and healthy? A fruit salad – or even better, a fruit salad bar where guests can DIY their favorite combination – is a great idea. People just love juicy fruits, and if you provide them with a variation large enough, as well as a couple of toppings (such as whipped cream and brand), they will not be able to resist the temptation.
- Candied apples. This all-time classic fair dessert is perfect for a fall or winter wedding. There’s something about their cinnamon smell that makes these apples amazing and comforting – something nobody will ever be able to resist!
One Saturday earlier this Spring, several members of the JP Events team cooked enough pasta bolognese to feed 200 people and headed to Tent City under Nashville’s Jefferson Street bridge. It’s one of the homeless encampments that have cropped over the course of the...