Our catering services are sold out for Tuesday, August 16th.

Dessert buffets are one of our favorite things to create for weddings! Our in-house patisserie and bakery create a wonderful array of bite-sized options, from French macarons to petite lemon tartlets to chocolate truffles.

A dessert buffet—on its own or in addition to a wedding cake–is a fun way to offer something sweet for everyone’s palate. They offer you a fun palette of colors to match any theme and create fantastic table displays with. And many small desserts—like candies or macarons—can also be packaged as take-home guest favors.

Also, there is just something delightfully old-fashioned about enjoying fudgy brownies at a wedding. Or licking the frosting off a cupcake. Maybe it evokes a childhood joy. Wherever the charm lies, guests love mini desserts and you will, too.

Celebrate your love with friends, family, fantastic food, and exceptional service. Learn more about planning your wedding catering with us!

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