The days of traditional weddings seem to be fading. The more outrageous trends are in. Couples invent dances, jump out of airplanes, say vows under water and find new and inventive ways to memorialize their special day. And chocolate has been lavishly included, even as a chocolate wedding theme.
For many, the traditional white wedding gown has faded away with the white wedding cake.
The color of chocolate is hot! And if the weather isn’t too hot, a bouquet made of chocolate and roses will carry the theme along. I am positive that there will be more women standing there to catch the bouquet if it is made of chocolate.
You can provide your guests with a large variety of chocolate options. Many give a chocolate candy bar with the couples name and date on the wrapper, but I would like to suggest my favorite… personalized chocolate truffles. To find out more about getting your designer truffle, head to the Chocolate Transfer Sheets website.
Chocolate wedding cakes are common and I’ll let Martha Stewart fill you in on that. Or better yet, look for Chocolate Wedding Cakes and chocolate wedding ideas on Pinterest.
My favorite incredible edible wedding dessert went to the bride and groom chocolate covered strawberries. You just cannot go wrong with this combination.
|I live on the Monterey Peninsula in California where many marriages are performed on our beaches. It made me wonder if chocolate could be themed for a beach wedding and I found several ideas, but I fell in love with the white chocolate seashells. They really stood out over others.|
And if you want to get people on the dance floor, a chocolate martini is an obvious solution.
So this leaves us with the honeymoon. I’ve done the homework for you. Here are 10 Chocolate Honeymoon Locations. As for what happens next… well, I’ll let you Google that one.