A wedding wouldn't be complete without desserts. Cupcakes have appeared at a surprising number of weddings in recent years as larger cakes have given way to more intimate dessert options. However, delightful wedding cake pops are the new item at weddings. Cake pops are popularly enjoyed because they are both adorable and easy to eat on the go (each having its own stick, just like a lollipop). Since they're miniature, your guests won't think twice about grabbing a bite, and the best part is that you can customize the toppings and decorations to your liking. Get ready to give in to your sweet tooth with these cake pop ideas.
Cake pops, especially when iced to match your wedding colors or theme, are a fun and surprising addition to any wedding event. You can either serve a classic, multi-tiered wedding cake to the adults and a variety of cake pops to the kids, or you can serve a variety of cake pops to everyone in addition to the traditional wedding cake. Wedding cake pops make great table centerpieces when put in a bowl or vase, and they also make great party favors.
White and Gold Cake Pops
These whimsical cake pops allow guests to enjoy the wedding cake tradition without committing to a full slice. The concept of white and gold wedding cake pops is amazing. Scattered bits of gold bring the design to completion. This cake pops with gold decorations are the definition of the saying “Simple is always best” and would be ideal for a wedding event.
For a wedding in any season, we also adore the color combination of gold and grey, and it's a really simple theme to follow even if you're not the artistic type. Get inspired by exploring these Grey and Gold wedding ideas.
Pink Wedding Cake Pops
Pink is a common choice whether planning a bridal shower or shopping for a wedding dessert table. A pink and gold color scheme can be achieved by combining white cake pops and decorating with dazzling metallic sugar.
Girls go crazy about pink, and it happens to be a great wedding hue. Check out these lovely Blush pink wedding color palettes for inspiration.
Play with the Colors
Find out what’s so fun about icing that comes in multi colors. With their marbled colors, these tasty treats add a new change to the wedding’s color palette.
Elegant Wedding Cake Pops
Nowadays, weddings with elegant colors are becoming increasingly popular. If you limit your palette in this way, not only will the wedding have an air of simplicity and sophistication, but you also won't have to worry about the colors clashing with one another. Wedding cake pops made with soft colors look stunning and are surprisingly simple to prepare.
In order to improve the natural appearance, I'd advise adding some organic décor, such as blush pink garden flowers or greenery. Have a look at these gorgeous Elegant Table Decorations Ideas for weddings
Blue and Yellow Wedding Cake Pops
This cake pops in blue and yellow will be the party's talk and will surely be a hit with your guests. You can get them in various flavors; they look amazing on display and are suitable for classic and themed weddings.
When it comes to weddings, blue is a common choice. Let's have a look at these lovely Dusty Blue wedding color palettes.
Bride & Groom Cake Pops
At a wedding, nothing could possibly be more appropriate than bride and groom wedding cake pops. The adorable little tuxedoed groom cake pop looks amazing with its contrasting black and white finish and the beautifully detailed lapel flower.
A flowing bridal dress can be rendered as a cake pop by using a white coating and the careful application of white sprinkles to imitate ruffles, frills, and lace on the dress.
In terms of wedding color schemes, black and white is one of the most classic and elegant options. Take a peek at some of these Black and White wedding theme ideas.
bride and groom cake pops with vanilla and chocolate inside (The Sweet Street)
Cake Pops As Wedding Favors
Cake pops are the perfect treat to give as wedding favors because they can be individually wrapped and presented in a way that is convenient for guests to take home. You could even use them as place cards for your guests by writing their names. Adding a patterned bow and a heartfelt note will make them even more cherished.
Food and drinks are the most common wedding favors for guests because they are always useful. Take a look at these cheap summer wedding favors ideas.
Christmas Themed Wedding Cake Pops
Whether you're celebrating a holiday, a special occasion, or just having a party, these Christmas-themed cake pops will surely put the finishing touch on your big day. As they are less likely to produce a mess than cakes and still look festive, wedding cake pops are rapidly becoming the new standard for wedding reception desserts.
Check out these Creative Christmas Themed Wedding Ideas if you're seeking for Christmas wedding inspiration this season.
Best Wedding Cake Substitutes are Cake Pops
The days when a two or three-tier fruitcake was the absolute standard at weddings are long gone. There are now a lot of alternatives to the traditional wedding cake that you can choose from. The cake pops arrangement is the most popular substitute. Each wedding cake pop is presented on a stick to make eating them more convenient. Because of the cake-on-a-stick burst, you won't need to bother with dessert forks or the like.
Feel free to experiment with other combinations of flavors rather than just one. For instance, you may request that the baker make various cake pops with flavors like chocolate, toffee, fruit, caramel, and coconut. The newlywed couple's initials in icing sugar on each pop would be a very sweet finishing touch.
Are cake pops good for wedding?
Absolutely! Couples now have a unique option for spicing up their dessert spread with cake pops which offer a delicious combination of flavor and elegance.
How many cake pops per person?
One or two cake pops should be provided for each guest, therefore it’s important to have an accurate headcount. If wedding cake pops are all that’s available for dessert, I’d recommend serving two or three to each guest.
How do you display cake pops at a wedding?
Place the cake pops in a vase like a bouquet of flowers. An outstanding presentation may be made quickly and easily in this method. Make sure the vase you pick is suitable for the height of the sticks.
Do cake pops need to be wrapped?
Yes, wrapping cake pops keeps them neat, tidy and manageable for as long as possible. It works wonderfully as a display piece, in storage and for transit.
Every wedding dessert table needs cake pops. In the same way that cupcakes may serve as both a beautiful feature and a pleasant treat at a wedding, cake pops can do the same. You can have your cake and eat it too, thanks to the independence you gain from eating these delicious sweets. Hopefully, these ideas have inspired you for your wedding cake pops. Give them a try 🙂