We’re Obsessed With These Pink Wedding Desserts
If you are planning a super girlie outing for your bridal party, a great spot to check out may include one of these homes to amazing Insta-friendly pink wedding desserts. They’re all ideal wedding dress accessories, obviously.
Pink Velvet Cake
In the Harlem area of New York City, Make My Cake has a Pink velvet cake with rose’ frosting and raspberry filling. Make My Cake’s owner Aliyyah Baylor said “the cake’s ingredients include white chocolate, raspberry, strawberry with a rose whipped cream. It’s the ultimate summer bridal cake because it’s light, sweet, fruity and complements the toast to the bride’s special day.”
Bellagio Patisserie at MGM National Harbor has these macaroons that are simply too cute for words. “Macaroons only have 3 ingredients for the shell, main one is almond meal, then comes sugar and egg white. The filling is made with fruit juice, sugar and apple pectin. To make the macaroons pink we add food coloring at the end of the process. We use a pink natural food coloring and we only put a little bit to make it light pastel color,” says. Sylvain Bortolini, MGM National Harbor’s Executive Pastry Chef.
At STK, a really fun cotton candy dish that is lit on fire at your table and burns down to reveal a strawberry shortcake dessert hidden inside. Flaming cotton candy cloud with a hidden strawberry shortcake dessert inside. The angel sponge cake is complemented by strawberry compote, white chocolate cremeux, strawberry ice cream and whipped cream.
From Coquette in New Orleans, the Strawberry Vacherin with Strawberry Sorbet, Mint-Basil Syrup and Szechuan Pepper Pavlova, made by Pastry Chef James Kubie. This elegant meringue-based dessert is soft and light and perfectly balanced. “Every year starting on New Years Eve we put on a strawberries and cream dessert because Lousiana is known for its strawberries, especially those grown in Ponchatoula, because the flavor is really intense. One thing very unique about Louisiana is that our strawberry season starts months before anyone else, so we harvest them in winter and get to use them straight out of the gate. So every year we are looking for ways to highlight these beautiful strawberries, experimenting with ingredients and flavors that will really amplify the taste of the strawberries. This year we made that happen with the Strawberry Vacherin dessert, as the lemon, mint-basil and sezhuan pepper all come together to really make the strawberry flavor pop!” says Coquette’s Pastry Chef James Kubie.
Chef Nathaniel Reid of Nathaniel Reid Bakery in St. Louis has created a pretty epic cake. You may not think of the middle of Missouri as home to one of the top pastry chefs in the country, but Chef Reid is a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu, Paris and has been received national accolades such as one of Dessert Professional Magazine’s Top 10 Pastry Chefs in America to Pastry Chef of the Year at the U.S. Pastry Competition. Chef Reid is known for his cakes like this Impérial Cake with rosé champagne mousse, pineapple-lychee compote and tender almond cake…which also happens to be the perfect shade of pink!
Millennial Pink Shake
Vivoli il Gelato, a family run gelato shop from Florence located in Disney Springs in Orlando, Florida focuses on the hand-crafted goodness of using fresh and seasonal ingredients offers a Millennial Pink Shake. It consists of a blend of strawberry sorbet and authentic Italian banana flavored gelato inside of a white chocolate dipped waffle cone. A drizzle of strawberry sauce, whipped cream, pink sprinkles, strawberry crispearls, and a fresh strawberry garnish top off this decadent and Instagram-worthy dessert.
Chicago’s Werewolf Coffee Bar offers the Sweetbeet Latte, made with pure vanilla bean, pink peppercorn and beets, topped with rose petals and edible glitter. “I love everything pink, taking cue from Elle Woods,” says Lindsey Reason, creator of the Sweetbeet Latte and GM of Werewolf Coffee Bar. “I thought, why not throw all things pink and delicious into a cup with your morning coffee? Beets, pink peppercorn, and roses all blend beautifully together to create a perfectly balanced and floral latte. Plus, add a little glitter on top and you can feel like Molly Ringwald first thing in the morning!”
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