|Cookies were served as a late night sweet treat in June 2012|
It looks like Cookie Monster is helping set a trend for the 2013 wedding season. Cookies are set to be cropping up at weddings next year for favours and desserts.
Entering the wedding circuit in 2011, cookies made an impact, but weren’t as popular as cupcakes, cake pops, candy buffets and even pies. But if you or your hubs-to-be is a cookie monster, then you’ll be happy to know the cookie is here for 2013!
Sugar cookies can be decorated any way you like, and can also be packaged in a variety of different sizes and shapes – making for a unique and personalized favour or treat.
Two of my clients last year had cookies for their guest takeaway. Giving an edible favour is a great idea because everyone always likes something to eat. Most times the edible favours will be eaten or taken home so you know you’ve spend your money well, unlike some of the other offerings like candles, soap or picture frames.
|Angie & Serge had Cupcake Diner make them themed cookies
for their May wedding.
|Natalie & Jason gave a simple sugar cookie for their
June 2012 wedding.
If you want to have cookies at your wedding, just remember that you don’t have to go with the decorated sugar cookie. You can pick your favourite from your childhood, or choose one because you like the name (i.e: snickerdoodle) or ask a Grandma or Aunt to bake their signature cookie for you.
There are so many options! Also, think outside the box on how to serve your cookie(s) if you’re not having them as a favour, but as a sweet treat. Will you serve it with milk? Hot chocolate?
|Photo from Postcards & Pretties|
What do you think about this 2013 wedding trend? Do you like cookies?
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|Finishing off the evening with a photo
with newlyweds Brooke & Richard.
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* Photo by Unveil Photography