With St. Patrick’s Day celebrations that came to an end recently, scones typically associated with British and Irish cuisine are reported to be a Scottish originality instead! If you are planning a laid back, outdoor spring wedding, complete with natural décor, fresh flowers, and wreaths in your bridesmaids’ hair, you may consider outdoor, weather friendly desserts for your guests like baking scones instead of the same boring red velvet or cheesecake.
The following article breaks down the ultimate bohemian wedding desserts of your dreams!
Ditch the Drama
The fact that you have chosen a beautiful and serene natural environment to tie the knot without the dramatic misgivings of urban culture means you will not have to compromise on the dessert menu either. Bring back the natural, rustic goodness like baking scones, which your mother or grandmother probably used to make at home when you were having a bad day. You can even request them for their mini loaf recipes and ask the wonderful bakers you hire for your wedding day to make similar desserts, which will further personalize your wedding and make it unforgettable.
Design Your Cake & Eat It Too
Let your originality outshine your budget with a cake that is truly as unique as your creative thought process. Wedding pavlova and meringue cakes have become uncommon due to the use of up-market bakery techniques that prefer icing and molds. By choosing a bakery that uses only the most scrumptiously natural ingredients, your beautifully rustic meringue based desserts decorated with edible flowers and fresh fruit will be a masterpiece when brought out for your guests during your reception.
Rustic in 2017 does not mean boring or hard on the eye. It is a movement in fashion, style and global mindset that has toppled the previous flashy, nouveau riche, glittery weddings in magazines. Instead of sending guests home with baskets of products they may never use, you can ask the bakery designing your cake to also consider baking scones in various flavors, filled with jam or topped with soft clouds of crème fresh as a simple yet heartfelt thank you. Even the guests watching their waistline will thank you for it.
A Morning Wedding
In case you have planned a morning wedding, you can also consider setting out a table with scones. While wine and champagne are great, drinking on an empty stomach foretells disaster. Traditional scones are a great way to fill your wedding party’s stomach just enough to get them through the ceremonial vows, yet still have room for all the culinary goodies awaiting them under your beautiful outdoor tent in a field of wild flowers.
Stay Within Budget
By opting for an aesthetically pleasing, rustic wedding, you are not only able to declare your vows with your life-long partner in front of a larger guest list, you are also able to feed them with delightful produce and fresh desserts without having to worry about taking a loan to do so. A natural, stress-free environment will also keep nerves at bay, which are natural on the most important days of your life. Check out http://www.countrychef.com.au/ccproduct/traditional-scones/
You can start preparing for your wedding desserts well in advance and visit sites like Country Chef for recipes and ideas for your Big Day!