In the 1980s and early part of the ‘90s many weddings featured a Viennese Table. For those of you not familiar with a Viennese Table, it’s basically a dessert buffet. But the type of buffet you’d see at a Las Vegas all-you-can-eat restaurant, not like the stylized ones you see in the pages of Martha Stewart Weddings magazine.
Over the past ten years I’ve attended or seen dozens of weddings with some sort of dessert buffet served after dinner. There’s always a mix of sweets that can be enjoyed at the reception as well as packaging to wrap some up for the ride home. (Remember, edible favors are always popular.)
If you’re thinking of creating a candy and dessert table at your wedding then you’ll want to talk to Amy Atlas at Amy Atlas Events. Amy’s eye for both delicious desserts and décor is unparalleled. You can visit her Web site, amyatlas.com, to view some of the creative tables she has created and email her at email@example.com to talk to her about creating a sweets buffet for your wedding.