Oreos dipped in white or milk chocolate fudge can be simply sinful. Going with this tasty yet low-key option is a great way to get your chocolate fix in and please any kids attending your wedding.
One of the most unique but wedding desserts you could pick for your big day would be offering s'mores. Whether you serve them pre-made or if your wedding is rustic enough to allow for s'mores making stations, you can't help but smile when you're munching on a tasty s'more!
Mini Ice Cream Cones
Nothing is more fun than dessert in miniatures. Offering a mini ice cream bar is the perfect way to get your chocolate fix without the heaviness of cake!
Who says your wedding desserts have to be fancier than anything you actually crave? Get your wedding chocolate fix with a hearty stack of brownies. Add fruit or fudge to spruce it up, but you can't go wrong with a brownie!
If you just don't want a massive cake, incorporating chocolate cupcakes is an excellent alternative. Plus, it makes it easier to have desserts that accomodate a wider range of guests' tastes and any allergies.
Of all potential wedding desserts, there is nothing that seems more decadent than a chocolate fountain. If you can't use your wedding as an opportunity to dip food in flowing chocolate, when can you?
Chocolate Covered Figs
Want to go for a chocolate-covered fruit dessert, but chocolate strawberries seem too familiar? Why not try dipping a more unique fruit in chocolate like a fig?
Cookies are a fun option for a dessert, and chocolate macaroons offer a tasty alternative to more traditional wedding desserts like cake. Plus, they're just so Instagrammable!
Sometimes you just want a dessert that feels like comfort food. That's the case with chocolate custard. A step up from regular pudding, it is a delicious way to get a direct infusion of chocolate during your reception.
Hot Chocolate Bar
If you're looking for a dessert to not only satisfy your chocolate cravings, but keep you cozy at your winter wedding, why not try a hot chocolate bar? You can kick things up a notch by offering lots of toppings to allow for the craziest, most sugary hot chocolate creations, and maybe even some "grown up" ingredients for the guests over 21!